CPI to intensify protest against TN Governor over NEET exemption

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The unit of the Communist Party of India (CPI) has said that it will intensify protest marches against state Governor R.N. Ravi for not forwarding the bill seeking exemption from the Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) passed by the state Assembly to the President.


Party state secretary R. Mutharsan while speaking to IANS said: “We will continue with the black flag protests against Governor until he forwards the bill seeking exemption from to the President”.





He said that the Governor has disrespected the Assembly in not forwarding the bill to the President and that the party had boycotted the ‘At Home’ reception at Raj Bhavan on Tamil New Year day,’ Puthandu’ due to this.


The leader said that the Tamil Nadu unit of the was trying to create an issue over the black flag protests against the Governor and said that the and other left and democratic forces will continue with the peaceful protests against the Governor.


The senior leader also said that the state was creating communal issues to dilute the protests against the price hike of fuel and other essential commodities.


In a related development, the Tamil Nadu unit of the Congress party said that it would conduct a peaceful protest in front of the Raj Bhavan on April 28th against the Governor not forwarding the bill seeking exemption from for the state to the President.


TNCC state president, K.S. Alagiri while speaking to IANS said: “The Tamil Nadu Governor is functioning against the will of the people of the state and he is bound to be criticized. Nobody is above criticism in this country, and why can’t we criticize him? He has no right to keep the exemption bill pending with him under Article 200 of the constitution.”


Alagiri said that Congress will protest outside the Raj Bhavan on April 28 demanding that the Governor send the NEET exemption bill passed by the state legislative assembly to the President for his assent.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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