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The Supreme Court has observed that there should not be any kind of agitation or protests like blocking of roads, railways or any other modes of transport after a 17-year-old committed suicide who failed to clear the NEET exam. 

There have been a plethora of protests that break out in the outrage after 17-year-old Anitha, daughter of a daily wage labourer committed suicide in Tamil Nadu on September 1.

As per reports, she failed to clear the contentious National Common Entrance Test for medical colleges or NEET. Her dream was to become a doctor and serve the society specially the poor and underprivileged in her village.

Anitha fought all odds and studied under extraordinarily difficult circumstances and was a topper throughout her school life scoring terrific marks in her class 12 exams.

Her tragic death has sparked protests by both students and political parties across the state with most accusing the state government and the Centre of letting down students like Anitha. 

First Published | 8 September 2017 7:10 PM
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