'நீதிமன்றத்தை குடிமக்கள் விமர்சிக்க உரிமையுண்டு'- Surya-வுக்கு ஆதரவாக முன்னாள் நீதியரசர்!
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Suriya’s statement had a portion blaming the Supreme Court for forcing students to write NEET amid a pandemic. In his statement, the actor said the three deaths by suicide on Saturday, a day before the scheduled exam, due to the stress and anxiety of taking the test amid the pandemic had “shaken his conscience”.
Suriya said it was painful that the students were forced to prove their eligibility by writing a test “at a time when there was a threat to life due to the coronavirus pandemic.”
Tamil actor Suriya's recent tweet on conducting the NEET amid the COVID-19 pandemic has landed him into a legal tussle. Justice SM Subramaniam of the Madras High Court has urged Chief Justice Amreshwar Pratap Sahi to initiate criminal contempt proceedings against the actor.
According to a report, Justice Subramanian has insisted on the need to initiate suo moto criminal contempt of court against the Tamil superstar. The actor in his statement posted on Sunday claimed that courts were ordering students to take National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) 2020 when the judged were holding only virtual courts amid the pandemic. In this video, Madras HC names ex-judge Hariparanthaman shares his view on this NEET Exam Issue.
01:49 Tamil actor Suriya's tweet on NEET
03:45 Corona Updates
6:00 Hariparanthaman Question to Court
09:48 No Safety for students
12:58 Is NEET right for students?
15:11 Can Public give Review over NEET?
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