Will re-enact law to prevent NEET: Jaya in Tirunelveli
May 12, 2016  17:28
In a speech lasting over 30 minutes, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa told the huge rally in Tirunelveli that if re-elected, she will take action so that the state's medical students don't have to take the Supreme Court-mandated National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET). "If need be, I will enact a legislation to ensure this," she said.

In a speech that was devoted to highlighting the differences between the 'self-seeking' DMK government of M Karunanidhi and her own 'selfless' administration, Jayalalithaa also spoke of her plan to introduce Prohibition in the state. "We will start by cutting down the number of stores selling alcohol, shutting down bars attached to such shops, providing medical help to those affected by alcohol dependence, all leading to full prohibition."
At the time of writing this she is still talking up her government. 

Saisuresh Sivaswamy in Tirunelveli
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