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o-ARVIND-KEJRIWAL-facebookDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, seeking no order against Supreme Court ruling on NEET.

Kejriwal posted a copy of letter on Twitter, with caption: I sincerely urge Modi ji not to bring any ordinance to overturn SC order on NEET. Wrote this letter to Hon’ble PM

Kejriwal on Monday came out in full support of the Supreme Court order on single entrance test NEET for admissions to the medical and dental programmes across the country and requested the Centre to implement it at the earliest to check alleged irregularities in the enrollment process.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said the judgment of the Supreme Court was major reform to improve medical education in the country and the order should not be circumvented by an ordinance as demanded by one section.

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said the judgment of the Supreme Court was major reform to improve medical education in the country and the order should not be circumvented by an ordinance as demanded by one section.

“Delhi government agrees with the view that medical education in the country is allegedly a Rs 20,000 crore industry marked with capitation fee and widespread corruption. “Currently the scenario is grim with businessmen and politicians without any medical background owning and managing private medical colleges in a system endemic with huge corruption, denying genuine meritorious students lacking financial resources an opportunity to pursue medical education,” Jain said.