Stalin said on the anti-neet bill – ready to bear more humiliation for the good of the people of the state. Governor not forwarding NEET Bill is insulting to people: MK Stalin | Patrika News

open-button

Governor insulting the public by not sending the NEET bill to the President

Chennai

Published: April 18, 2022 04:28:19 pm

Chennai.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, in a speech in the state assembly on Monday, said he was ready to bear more pain and humiliation if it was good for the people of Tamil Nadu. Speaking under Rule 110 in the state assembly, CM Stalin said, “In the last 50 years of my public life, I have suffered many humiliations, but in public life it is necessary for the people to live.” I can bear the pain and humiliation if the outcome is good for the people of Tamil Nadu.

Governor not forwarding NEET Bill is insulting to people: MK Stalin

Under Rule 110 in the Tamil Nadu State Legislative Assembly, a statement made by a Minister on a matter of public importance with the consent of the Speaker shall not be debated. A Minister desirous of making a statement under Rule 110 must inform the Speaker in advance and a copy should be given to the Speaker.

In his speech in the assembly, MK Stalin said, the draft bill against NEET is still lying in the Raj Bhavan for several days. In such a situation, if we had joined the open party, it would have hurt the sentiments of the people. Governor RN Ravi not only sending the bill related to exemption from the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) passed by the House to the President is not only inappropriate but it is also an insult to the House and the people of the state.

nothing personal against the governor
In the speech, Chief Minister MK Stalin said that DMK has nothing personal against Governor RN Ravi. He also said, the Governor and I maintain cordial relations and have appreciated the way we have run the government. He respects us and we respect his position. Talking about the anti-NEET bill, the CM said, “The welfare of Tamil Nadu is more important than the personal respect I receive.

newsletter

next news

right-arrow

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply