Students across the state have hit the streets in protest of NEET.
Anitha had approached the apex court in August opposing a plea seeking admissions to under graduate medical courses only on the basis of the NEET score.
The suicide of the girl had led to widespread protests in Tamil Nadu with many protesters being detained. The Narendra Modi government, with the help of Edappadi K.Palaniswamy government, is trying to thrust NEET on the state, he added. The DMK working president MK Stalin-led meeting of opposition parties recently resolved to launch an anti-NEET campaign with the public meeting in Tiruchy, which is near Anitha's native district.
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She was reportedly upset after reports emerged that the state would not be exempted from the ambit of NEET. "Every citizen of this country has a fundamental right to peacefully protest and demonstrate, but not to cause a situation that results in violence and paralyzes the law and order situation", the bench said. Valarmathi, who was held for campaigning against Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) for "anti-farmer" projects, was released from Coimbatore central prison after the Madras High Court quashed her detention. At least 27 people, mostly Students Federation of India (SFI) members, were apprehended for breaching police security and attempting to march toward Marina Beach.
The incident happened when the students were protesting the death of 17-year-old Anitha, who took her life as she could not get a medical seat. Students, political organizations, NGOs have been protesting against NEET even as counseling for medical seats in underway in the state according to NEET merit list. The bench said, "As an interim measure, it is directed that it shall be the obligation of the chief secretary and principal secretary of Tamil Nadu to ensure that no agitation takes place in relation to the NEET examination that has been upheld by this court".