Stalin holds all-party fulfill on state’s exception from NEET

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By ANI

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Saturday chaired an all-party conference at the Secretariat to review the future strategy on the State’s need for exception from the National Entrance-orgasm-Eligibility Test (NEET).

Meanwhile, BJP MLA Vanathi Srinivasan went out of the all-party conference as well as claimed that they do not sustain the NEET resolution.

“We do not support the resolution. Even during the last Assembly session, we’ve not supported the resolution passed to scrap the NEET exams. We are having a political stand of supporting the NEET exam in Tamil Nadu,” claimed Srinivasan.

Earlier on January 6, the Chief Minister had actually claimed, “The State Assembly passed a resolution and bill on February 19 last year against NEET and sent to the Governor. The Governor is yet to send it to the President Ram Nath Kovind for his assent.”

On February 28, 2021, the DMK MPs offered a memorandum versus the NEET test to the President, the CM claimed.

He additionally claimed that all Party delegations had actually looked for a consultation from Union Home Minister Amit Shah, however it was refuted by the minister.

Speaking on the flooring of the Assembly, CM Stalin claimed, “The entrance examination coaching will only benefit the rich students. NEET exams have made school education costlier. We cannot remain a mute spectator.”