It is not immediately clear as to when the petition of Rohan would come up for hearing before the top court. But it is likely to come up next week, as per sources in the Supreme Court registry.
In his petition, Rohan claimed and sought quashing of the decision of the CBSE to re-conduct the examination, and for directing the Board to publish the results on the basis of already held examination.
He also sought the setting up of a special high-powered committee to conduct a detailed investigation into the entire case. Sajan Poovaya, senior Supreme Court lawyer, will represent the petitioner, Rohan Mathew, before the Supreme Court in the case.