After a lot of dissents and widespread furore, the NEET exams were conducted across the nation on September 13. A day before, on September 12th, three students from Tamil Nadu committed suicide. They weren’t in a state to attend it due to the pandemic situation.
Suriya released an open letter expressing his anguish over the suicides. In the strongly-worded ‘letter’ he brought in the reference of judges which has hurt the judiciary leading to the latest action. Suriya said that the courts conduct their proceedings via video conferencing but orders the students to go out fearlessly and write the exams. The irony of this decision is what seems to have offended the lawyers.
SM Subrahmaniam, a judge in Madras High Court, has written a letter to the Chief Justice of the High Court asking him to take action on Suriya for the contempt of the court. The way Suriya has put down the court and its judgment are objectionable felt Subrahmaniam.
Meanwhile, Justice N Kirubakaran of Madras High Court has reprimanded the media, movie stars and politicians, to stop glorifying the suicides. He has particularly asked the political parties to avoid giving money to the deceased families. The trend could decrease only when they avoid it, he asserted.Don't MissNot Only Nani But This Young Star Is Also ImpactedWithout any doubt, Natural Star Nani is the foremost star who has been impacted due...Don't MissWill Pawan Kalyan Merge Janasena in BJP Some Day?Ahead of the Bihar Elections, BJP National President JP Nadda announces a new team of...Don't MissBJP to Push Janasena into The Ring As A Face-Saver?The By-election to Tirupati Lok Sabha constituency is necessitated because of the demise of sitting...Don't MissConfirmed: SPB One Last Time For This Super BiggieLegendary Singer SP Balasubrahmanyan is no more. He breathed his last earlier in the day....Don't MissImmortalized By His Songs, SP Balu Leaves Mankind2020 is now the worst possible year for Telugu Race without any doubt. 25th September...