Tamil Nadu won’t be able to form a panel to go into impact of NEET without apex court nod

Madras High Court have noticed in Tuesday that the Tamil Nadu Government cannot constitute a committee for going Into the impact of the NEET aspirants wanting to do MBBS from the socially Backward classes on India without leave from the Supreme Court.

The bench of the Chief Justice Sanjib Banerjee and Sethikumar Ramamoorthy said that there could be a little room for the state for setting up any commitee for the purpose of ascertaining whether the NEET-based admision processes has been prejudicially affecting the socially backward students on India.

The court had made this observation by studying the basis of the submissions which were made by the petitioner that any recommendations made by the committee cannot be implemented in the view of of the order passed by the the supreme Court on the national eligibility entrance test (NEET). After this statement the court gave Tamil Nadu Government which time to respond to this plea.

The PIL moved by BJP state secretary K Nagarajan seeking to quash the order which was issued by Tamil Nadu Government. When the plea came up for hearing, the advocate R Shunmugasundaram argued that the constitution for the committee was a policy decision for the state backed by the election manifesto by the ruling party.

Before adjourning the session the bench said that maybe if this is contrary to the Supreme court order, then this plea cannot be permitted.

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