Exemption Demand From NEET In Tamil Nadu Takes Major Political Hue

Political motivation darkens the horizon of NEET arena in Tamil Nadu. A group – The Federation for Protection of Democratic Rights – had taken up the exemption demand of Tamil Nadu from NEET; as a consequence of the recent revocation of the decree pertaining to inclusion of State Syllabi in NEET; and now, mainstream political parties have made it into a cause for political campaign. furthermore 5th of February has been chosen as a date for launching protests by FPDR, and then, at first by DMK and now, MDMK & CPI have decided to intervene. They demand that since the Centre decided against separate papers for different languages in NEET 2018. Tamil Nadu no longer wished to be a part of the same. MDMK General Secretary Vaiko colored the canvas in his own way. They saying that the aforesaid decision of the Centre was an attempt to patronize the power of the State Government. Beating his own drum, PMK Youth wing leader & MP Anbumani Ramadoss went as far as to say that if it could not stop NEET, the State Government should resign. The concern is that if the Supreme Court is moved in this situation, it being a strife between Union & State Government, the Court might be left with no choice but to issue a stay on NEET in Tamil Nadu, in all probability, jeopardizing the future of many aspirants. It would also be a challenge to the uniformity in quality of candidates that a centrally conducted Entrance test provides. Keep informed, visit www.moksh16.com

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