‘May Be Our Last Request…’: NEET-PG Aspirants Urge PM Modi To Postpone Exam Scheduled For May 21; Share Videos As Supreme Court Dismisses Plea

The Supreme Court on Friday dismissed pleas to postpone NEET-PG 2022 scheduled for May 21, saying postponement will create chaos and uncertainty and will impact patient care.

Aspirants urged PM Modi to postpone NEET PG 2022 for eight to 10 weeks.
Aspirants urged PM Modi to postpone NEET PG 2022 for eight to 10 weeks.

A day after Supreme Court dismissed a plea to postpone NEET PG 2022 exam scheduled for May 21, NEET aspirants are now urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take note of the situation and postpone the exam. They are tagging PM Modi on Twitter in their videos as their last attempt to get some time for preparations of NEET PG 2022.

Dr Reshma Manthini urged PM Modi to postpone NEET PG 2022 for eight to 10 weeks with a video. “Please don’t make us regret for choosing this country to serve. We don’t deserve this…” she said.


Dr Manthini has also urged other aspirants to make 30-60 seconds videos to let their voices reach PM Modi.

“My dear fellow aspirants,
Pls do a 30-60 secs video in ur free time
While u take a refreshment break btwn long hrs of study
I know we r all tired & exhausted with the whole s#$t…Me too!!
But let’s give it a last try
Let these videos reach
@PMOIndia @narendramodi sir,” she wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, Dr Jagdish Chaturvedi has urged people to support doctors in their demand for postponement of NEET PG 2022.

“If you want good doctors, you need to allow them to be good and prepare well. Stressing out future doctors is of no benefit to anyone…Requesting
@mansukhmandviya to support the future of Indian Healthcare,” wrote Dr Jagdish Chaturvedi while sharing a video on the microblogging site.


Also, the All India Medical Students’ Association has written a letter to PM Modi saying that majority of NEET PG aspirants are suffering due to the ongoing counselling and the upcoming NEET PG 2022 exam scheduled for May 21.

“As you requested all the final year medicos to serve the nation during the covid crisis, we have done that as desired by you in the larger interest of the nation. Now, we request you to sympathetically consider our demands and serve us justice. We request you from the bottom of our heart, to kindly understand our genuine problems and do justice for us by deferring the exam by 8-10 weeks,” the letter reads.

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