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Madurai, 12 September: Fear of poor performance in the National Entrance and Eligibility Test (NEET), a 19-year-old candidate allegedly committed suicide here. police gave this information. He said that the deceased has been identified as Jotishree Durga and was found hanging in her house. Police said a suicide note was found from the body in which the deceased allegedly wrote that he feared his poor performance in the examination.
A few days before the incident, another examinee allegedly committed suicide in Ariyalur in the state. Opposition parties opposing the Tamil Nadu NEET exam were targeted at the government, despite Deputy Chief Minister O Panneerselvam condoling the incident. DMK President MK Stalin said that Neet “is not an exam.” Panneerselvam said in a tweet that such incidents are tragic and students are the basis of future.
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Leader of the Opposition in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly, Stalin tweeted, “From the death of Anita (a student who committed suicide in 2017) to Jotishree Durga, we should understand that Neet is seriously affecting students.” He said, “I say again that suicide is not the solution. NEET is not an examination.”
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