Despite repeated setbacks in the Supreme Court over the postponement of NEET 2020 in view of corona pandemic across India, the students appearing for NEET and their parents are not going back.
They continue to make efforts for postponement despite Central government categorically stated that NEET 2020 will be held as scheduled on September 13 across India like it had held JEE Main 2020 from Sepember 1 to 6 despite strong resistance from students, parents and Opposition parties.
NEET students and their parents have now launched a final battle to bring pressure on Central government to postpone NEET.
They took to Twitter to air their anger on Central government and to demand Central government to postpone NEET, which is scheduled to be held on September 13 across India.
They have raised a hashtag #ParentsDemandPostponeNEET on Twitter and flooding with Tweets demanding postponement.
The hashtag has been getting overwhelming response from students and parents across India.
The hashtag in trending on top slot on "India Trends" on Twitter with nearly 1 lakh Tweets so far.
Let us see whether this last battle of online campaign succeeds in postponing NEET by Centre or not.