24 Aug 2020, 04:06 pm By Rohit Sindhu
Imposing NEET & JEE Exams like Nasbandi, Subramanian Swamy’s fresh attack on Modi Govt

Bhartiya Janta Party MP and Senior leader Subramanian Swamy once again attacked Modi led government for sticking to its decision to hold NEET & JEE exams in September. Subramanian Swamy on Monday said that “If our Modi Government goes through imposing the NEET and JEE exam on students it will be the giant mistake of the Government similarly like Nasbandi in 1976. 

Conducting NEET and JEE exams now will be the giant mistake like Nasbandi in 1976 that caused the undoing of Indira government in 1977, said Swamy in his fresh attack on Modi government.

Earlier in the day, WB CM Mamta Banerjee also spoke about the postpone of JEE & NEE Exam. With the Education Ministry's directive to conduct NEET, JEE 2020 in Sept, I would again appeal to Centre to assess risk & postpone these exams until the situation is conducive again. It's our duty to ensure a safe environment for all our students, said Banerjee. 

Over NEET & JEE Sept examinations, several leaders have come out in support of the students, asking for the Modi govt to postpone the JEE Main and NEET examinations. A couple of days ago Swamy targeted Modi government on conducting examinations in September 2020 amid protest from students. On Monday taking to his official twitter handle said that if government goes with conducting exams (NEET and JEE Main) will be the giant mistake. Swamy relates the decision with the 1976 when then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi imposed Nasbandi and led to her downfall. “Indian voters may suffer silently but have long memories”, Swamy added. 

 

In a fresh attack on Modi government, Swamy urges the government to postpone NEET and JEE Main 2020 examination and calls PM Modi to consider the decision for holding JEE Main & NEET exams.

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In recent, BJP MP Subramaniam Swamy, Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee have requested the government to postpone the entrance examinations till COVID19 situation.