Tamil Nadu chief minister MK Stalin. (AFP)
NEET Exam 2021: Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi upcoming week, state Health Minister Ma Subramanian told news office ANI on Sunday. The wellbeing clergyman said that Stalin will demand the executive to give more Vaccine doses to Tamil Nadu, which is among the five most terrible hit states in the country.
Among the issues Stalin is relied upon to talk about with Prime Minister Modi are NEET tests, GST dues and Covid vaccines. On Saturday, Stalin said that he had looked for a gathering with the Prime Minister on June 17 to talk about significant State-related issues. He said the Prime Minister's Office had given a tentatively date but the actual time would be declared later.
Today, the Tamil Nadu health minister confirmed that Stalin will meet PM Modi one week from now. The confirmation comes simply a day after news agency PTI announced that Stalin had written a letter as to the meet with Prime Minister Modi to talk about, in addition to other things, GST dues, allotment for different advancement scheme and NEET.
The CM as been requesting the Center to drop all entrance tests including NEET. The AIADMK, the primary opposition party in the state, also has backed Stalin for his interest to drop the tests.
Stalin last week asked Prime Minister Modi to cancel all entrance tests and permit the state to fill professional seats based on class 12 marks alone.
Considering the pandemic situation, Stalin said, conducting national level entrance examinations for any professional course would be immensely detrimental to the health and well-being of students. "I therefore urge you to cancel the conduct of all national level entrance examinations like NEET," he had said.
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