With all the protests going on in Tamil Nadu over the death of 17 year old medical aspirant Anitha, Supreme Court told the state Chief Secretary and Home Secretary to maintain law and order in the state and to ensure that no problem arises in the area.
The Supreme Court also passed a order following the petition moved by the lawyer GS Mani and said " anyone involved in any kind of activity that affects life shall be booked under appropriate law. "
On September 1, a 17 year old medical aspirant, Anitha, committed suicide ater Supreme Court ordered the state to give admissions to medical aspirants on the merit list based on the NEET 2017 exam.
A PIL was also filed against the protests in the SC seeking steps taken by the state government to maintain law and order in the state and that the protests in the state do not disrupt the normal day-to-day life in the state.
Students in Tamil Nadu are furious over the death of Anitha and are protesting in the state on wide scale against the NEET exam. From political parties to film directors and actors everyone is demanding the NEET exam is useless and should be scraped.