Newly elected Tamil Nadu CM, MK Stalin is to meet PM Modi today, while he is visiting Delhi. The CM is most likely to push for abolition of NEET and repealing of the 3 Farm Laws in the meeting. These were two of the central promises in the DMK election campaign.
Stalin tweeted a letter addressed to the PM on June 7th, pressing for cancellation of NEET during the Covid-19 pandemic, as such an entrance exam would greatly affect the psychological and physical well being of students at such a time. He stated”
“I’ve written to @PMOIndia urging him to cancel the conduct of NEET and all other national level entrance exams, keeping in mind the safety of the students, as the reasons for cancelling the class XII board exams are equally applicable to entrance exams as well.”
Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin wrote to PM Modi requesting to hand over assets of Integrated Vaccine Complex (IVC) owned by HBL to Tamil Nadu govt so that the facility can be put to use at the earliest pic.twitter.com/DSUjK6Y8jb
— ANI (@ANI) May 27, 2021
On Sunday, Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian said that the CM, in his meeting with the Prime Minister, would request more Covid-19 vaccine doses to Tamil Nadu. The CM is also to bring up the matter of the Integrated Vaccine Complex (IVC).
Stalin wrote a letter to the PM in May to hand over the unused Integrated Vaccine Complex (IVC) set up by HLL Biotech Limited, Chengalpet, to the state government on lease with no past liabilities and complete freedom for operation.