Lamenting her death, Dalit State Board student Anitha's father spoke up about how she managed to study in difficult circumstances.
"She managed to study in difficult circumstances. She was concerned about NEET. What wrong had she done, who will answer?" he told ANI before her last rites.
Anitha, depressed over not being able get admission in a medical college, hanged herself to death at her residence in Ariyalur's Kuzhumur village on Friday. She had moved the Supreme Court against the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) for medical admission.
Selvaraj, who had advocated in favour of Anitha at the Supreme Court, averred that Anitha was a very intelligent and confident girl who was motivated to complete her higher education. Her father supported her dream with his job as a coolie, informed Selvaraj.
The advocate criticised the judiciary as well as the government for ignoring people's welfare.
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