Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin on Saturday chaired an all-party meeting of the Legislative Assembly with the participation of executives from 10 parties and claimed that the TN Governor RN Ravi did not act on the anti-NEET Bill for 142 days even after he stood against it.
Stalin has been consulting with all parties on the next phase of action since the Governor sent back the NEET Exemption Bill stating that it’s against the interest of the students.
He said “I met Governor over NEET exam issue. I called an all-party meeting earlier and a resolution was passed for exemption. I appealed to the Prime Minister in a virtual meeting when he opened 11 new medical colleges. Now Guv, after keeping our Bill on his desk for 143 days, sent it back.” He also said “You (parties) have been invited for the meeting at an extraordinary situation.” He further asked to discuss future courses of action on the NEET issue.