The Supreme Court on Friday questioned the Tamil Nadu government for approaching the Madras High Court against the Directorate of Enforcement summoning the district collectors in a matter relating to alleged illegal sand mining case.
A girl student, Kanimozhi who had scored 562 out of 600 marks in Tamil Nadu plus two examinations, committed suicide in Santhampadi village of Ariyalur district reportedly on the fear that she was not able to perform well in the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET).
She took the extreme step on Monday evening.
Kanizmozhi daughter of advocate couple, Karunanidhi and Vijayalakshmi had reportedly told her parents that she was unhappy over her performance in NEET.
Ariyalur police superintendent’s office told IANS that the girl took the extreme step on Monday evening when the parents had gone for a wedding ceremony. Police said that both the parents had given her all support but for the past couple of days, she was unhappy over the performance in the entrance examination. An FIR has been registered under Section 174.
This is the second case of suicide in Tamil Nadu after Dhanush, a 19-year-old student who had killed himself hours before the NEET examination on Sunday.
This is the third death in the Ariyalur district due to the NEET exam in the last few years, Anitha in 2017, and Vignesh died in 2020.
The DMK has already passed a bill against NEET in the Tamil Nadu assembly on Monday.