Would Have Let You Cheat: DMK Leader To Students On National Medical Exam

CHENNAI:  As Tamil Nadu government appears to keep hopes alive of getting the state’s students an exemption from the national medical entrance exam, a leader of the opposition made an outrageous promise to students to outdo the ruling AIADMK. Former transport minister KN Nehru told a group of students protesting against the national exam that the DMK would have allowed students to cheat if it had not been able to get them an examination from the medical entrance exam.

“For how long will Tamilians remain honest?” the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) lawmaker from Tiruchirappalli West said on Monday, according to news agency ANI.

“You allow copying in Bihar, MP (Madhya Pradesh) and it is all done openly. Why?” the DMK’s Trichy strongman appeared to reason, apparently playing on the images of students blatantly cheating in exams from states such as Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Just a day later, there were reports of a teacher in Uttar Pradesh…

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