New Delhi: In a program held in Delhi, Supreme Court Chief Justice Chandrachud said: Cases related to the NEET entrance exam are increasing in the Supreme Court. The court cannot interfere in the policy decisions of the government. So the government should listen to the opinions of the students. It is the duty of the government.
It is the duty of the court to give justice to someone who has been wronged. NEET exam should be postponed. A number of cases have been pending in the Supreme Court regarding the proper implementation of reservation in admissions to medical courses.
These cases reflect the sentiments of millions of students. The growing number of cases related to the NEET exam indicates the need for reform in Indian medical education.
There is a need for the medical and legal sectors to work together to address the problems faced by heterosexual attractors. The service rendered by doctors to the people during the corona Pandemic is immense. I appreciate them for this.
Doctors advise that a patient should take enough rest to recover completely. Take enough rest in your stressful work environment.
In recent times, incidents of attacks on doctors are increasing. Looting hospitals. This problem needs to be solved. Safety of doctors should be given priority.
Population Growth: The population of the country is increasing. They must ensure access to quality medical care for all. Legislators, health department experts and community leaders should consult together and find an appropriate solution in this regard. Chief Justice Chandrachud spoke thus.