NEET JEE Exam amid Covid19 is like ‘Killing innocents’: Subramanian Swamy

The Supreme Court has rejected the review petition filed by the six states for the NEET examination. Now NEET will be organized on its own schedule i.e. 13th September.

NEET JEE Exam amid Covid19 is like 'Killing innocents': Subramanian Swamy(PC: Social Media)

The Supreme Court has rejected the review petition filed by the six states for the NEET examination. Now NEET will be organized on its own schedule i.e. 13th September. Meanwhile, BJP leader and Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy has once again expressed his reservations about the JEE and NEET exam.

He has also expressed his concern about other problems of the country. He has spoken on many issues in a tweet.

Subramanian Swamy comments on JEE NEET exam:

Subramanian Swamy tweeted,, ‘JEE/ NEET exams in the middle of a galloping COVID-19 infections, paralysing lockdown effects, a collapsing economy, a monsoon in bloom, Chinese Dragon gobbling our territory, & chors and murderers in Bollywood, is like Jallianwala Bagh where innocent were gunned down.’

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Let me tell you that Subramanian Swamy has been opposing the JEE / NEET exam between corona virus for quite some time and has been tweeting many things about it. Recently he tweeted a tweet in which he compared JEE and NEET exam candidates to Draupadi and described himself as Vidur who could not do anything even after protesting in such a situation.

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Till now 75% students skipped JEE exam: Reports

The case of JEE and NEET examination also reached the Supreme Court. After which the court gave the green signal to conduct the examination. Let us know that JEE papers held in the country from September 1. In which 50 percent in any state and 75 percent of the children in any state did not take the exam.

There were protests by several opposition parties and institutions over the examination between Corona, but the papers are being held on time.

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SC rejected review petition on NEET JEE Exam:

Even after getting permission from the Supreme Court to conduct the examination. Many states had filed review petitions, which the SC has rejected while hearing it today.

On Friday, the Supreme Court refused to hear the review petition. Petition of 6 non-BJP ruled states against its August 17 decision to conduct Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

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