The counter NEET bill was presented in the Tamil Nadu Assembly following a 19-year-old clinical competitor kicked the bucket by self destruction at his home in Salem hours before the NEET test.
After the Tamil Nadu government re-established a bill looking for the understudies from the state to be excluded from the National Entrance-cum-Eligibility Test (NEET), Governor RN Ravi has sent the counter NEET bill to the Union Home Ministry for the Presidential endorsement.
“Lead representative has sent the counter NEET bill to Union Home Ministery as per the Constitutional standards. The bill will be dismissed by the President,” Tamil Nadu BJP boss K Annamalai told media people.
The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) and its partners had challenged the Governor for not sending the NEET Exemption Bill to the President subsequent to being passed two times by the state Assembly.
Tamil Nadu clergymen Ma Subramanian and Thangam Thennarassu had likewise met the Governor, asking him to send the counter NEET Bill to the President.
In February, the Tamil Nadu Assembly had taken on the counter NEET bill for the second time after the Governor returned it the year before.
The counter NEET bill was presented in the Tamil Nadu Assembly following a 19-year-old clinical applicant passed on by self destruction at his home in Salem hours before the NEET test.