Indore: Having denied admit cards despite the court’s order to allow them take MBBS exams, five students of MGM Medical College, whose admissions were cancelled for their involvement in the PMT scam, on Monday moved a contempt petition in the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court thereby forcing the college to announce that they would be allowed to write the exams.

A representative of the college told the court that the students would be issued admit cards at least two hours ahead of the exams starting on Tuesday. After their admissions were cancelled, five students of 2009 and 2010 batches had filed a petition before the HC terming termination of their admission ‘illegal’.

After listening to both the sides, the court had directed the organisation concerned to allow the students to write MBBS exams but withheld results till they come out clean in the PMT scam case. The students claimed that despite the court’s order dated May 22, the college denied issuing admit cards to them.

On Monday, students Rajesh Barwal and four others filed contempt petition before vacation double bench of justices SK Seth and SC Sharma.Counsel for petitioners, Manish Yadav said during the hearing college official assured court to issue roll numbers to the students before examination.

“College gave undertaking before court that students will be issued roll numbers two hours before examination. Examination will start from 12 noon on Tuesday,” said Yadav.

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