New Delhi ; After Supreme Court announced that JEE and NEET can’t be postponed as students could lose a year because of the covid-19 pandemic, six opposition leaders sought to move Supreme Court, challenging Centre’s decision to hold JEE amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. Students and parents have been taking twitter by storm from last few days. Centre has decided to conduct JEE from September 1 to 6, NEET on September 13. Congress launched a campaign on Friday against the government’s decision to conduct the exam in September, with Raul Gandhi urging people to speak up for students’ safety. Students’ opinion is that they can’t reach the exam centres under the covid situation. Some of the students have moved to their hometown during the long Covid-19 lockdown. And some of the candidates are in locations which are facing floods neither do they have the conditions to prepare, nor can they reach the exam centre on time. They want to postpone the exams until and unless the situation is normal. Bihar, Assam, and Odisha are hugely affected by the floods.