#BanNEET Trends on Twitter After NEET UG 2021 Candidate Dies by Sucide in Tamil Nadu

#BanNEET Trends on Twitter After NEET UG 2021 Candidate Dies by Sucide in Tamil Nadu

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET 2021) was held yesterday under the strict COVID-19 protocol. A total of 16 lakh (1.6 million) candidates are estimated to have appeared for the NEET Exam. Because the exam has been conducted successfully, now the preparation will start very soon to announce the result. 

Meanwhile, the students made a trend namely #BanNEET on Twitter. Because a medical aspirant Salem died by suicide. He was from the Tamil Nadu state, a son of a farm laborer. He was found dead hours before the NEET Exam was about to start. He couldn’t clear the NEET Exam in the previous two attempts and he was afraid of failure this time as well.

Reacting to the news of students’ death, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin said his government would pass the NEET Permanent Exemption Bill in the Assembly.

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