New Delhi A judge of Madras High Court wrote a letter against actor Surya to Chief Justice AP Sahi on Monday. The judge urged him to initiate court proceedings against actor Surya for his recent remarks on NEET examinations.
Let us know that due to apprehension about the controversial NEET exam recently, three students committed suicide in Tamil Nadu, on which the actor wrote a hard-note on his social media page, in which voice was raised against NEET. Now a judge of Madras High Court has written a letter to Chief Justice AP Sahi, demanding action against the actor Surya under the Contemporary Court of Justice.
My heart goes out to the three families ..! Can’t imagine their pain .. !! pic.twitter.com/weLEuMwdWL
– Suriya Sivakumar (@Suriya_offl) September 13, 2020
He wrote, “The government should create equal opportunities for all. Those who do not know the realities of the situation of poor students are setting education policies. Due to Corona where courts provide justice through video conferencing Students are being asked to appear in the exam without any security. ‘Student commits suicide due to fear of examination’ becomes a topic of discussion in the media. And some Chanakya students’ suicide notes Spells are fiercely debated. “
Madras High Court Judge Justice SM Subramaniam has written a letter to the Chief Justice of the Madras High Court, contending against the actor on his remarks about the Supreme Court upholding the decision to conduct the NEET during the epidemic. There has been a demand to initiate proceedings.
Judge Justice SM Subramaniam states that ‘Actor Surya in his statement has not only underestimated the judicial system of our great nation along with the honorable judges as well as the sense of contempt of court, but a bad situation. Has criticized, where it is a threat to the public’s trust in the judiciary.
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