Subramanian Swamy urges PM Modi & Education Minister to conduct exams after Diwali

The speculations and demands were making rounds for the postponement of the JEE and NEET examinations. On Friday, Bhartiya Janata Party leader and Rajya Sabha member Subramanian Swamy said that he has requested our Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as the Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal. 
He urged to conduct entrance examinations of NEET, JEE and other competitive exams after. He found the conduction of examinations amid the wake of Coronavirus.

The BJP leader wrote on Twitter that, “I have just spoken to the Minister of Education suggesting that NEET and other exams be conducted after Diwali. The SC ordered the other day is not a bar since the Hon’ble Court has left the date to the government. I am sending an urgent letter to the PM just now.”

Swamy wrote in a letter, “There is widespread desperation amongst the youth since this exam is made or break for them and they have to take it fully prepared. Holding the exam in toy opinion you may lead to a large number of suicides around the country of youth.”

He mentioned the Supreme Court “doesn’t bind the government at all, on whether to now or two weeks later or two months later, the examinations. It is a policy decision of the Government.”

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