NEET death: CBI probe sought in Anitha's case, will her family get justice?

First Published 30, Sep 2017, 3:34 PM IST
NEET death CBI probe sought in Anithas case will her family get justice
Highlights
  • Puthiya Tamizhagam president K Krishnasamy has submitted memorandums to the Centre and Tamil Nadu government
  • Krishnasamy said he would approach the High Court to know the "real facts" behind the suicide in case
  •  Anitha had allegedly hanged herself at her house in Ariyalur district on September 1, reportedly upset over not getting an MBBS seat
  • She had earlier moved the Supreme Court against National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET).

Puthiya Tamizhagam president K Krishnasamy has said he has already submitted memorandums to the Centre and Tamil Nadu government is urging handing over the case of suicide by a Dalit medical aspirant Anitha, to CBI.

Krishnasamy said he would approach the High Court to know the "real facts" behind the suicide in case there was no action on his demand.

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The aspirant, 17-year-old Anitha, was reportedly upset after it became known that Tamil Nadu would not be exempted from the ambit of the National Eligibility-cum- Entrance Test (NEET). She had earlier moved the Supreme Court against NEET.

Anitha, daughter of a daily wage earner, allegedly hanged herself at her house in Ariyalur district on September 1, reportedly upset over not getting an MBBS seat.

The PMK's annual conference and state executive will be held in Chennai on October 6, Krishnasamy said.

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