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MK Stalin’s Letters To PM Modi, 8 Chief Ministers To Skip Medical Entrance NEET

Chief Minister M.K. Stalin has actively sought support for Tamil Nadu’s stance against NEET, writing to Opposition Leader Rahul Gandhi and even addressing Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He emphasized the irregularities observed during recent NEET exams as validating the state’s opposition to the standardized test.

Stalin highlighted growing dissent from various states regarding the utility of NEET in the selection process, underscoring Tamil Nadu’s concerns. In a significant move, the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly passed a unanimous resolution urging the Union Government to approve a bill exempting the state from NEET. Furthermore, Stalin called for amendments to the National Medical Commission Act to eliminate this centralized selection process entirely.

Seeking broader support, Stalin also penned letters to Chief Ministers in Delhi, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Punjab, Telangana, and West Bengal, urging them to adopt similar resolutions in their respective assemblies to abolish NEET. His efforts reflect a coordinated push to overhaul medical admissions criteria, asserting state autonomy in education policy.

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