Last year, in a call for common entrance test, NEET has replaced the All India Pre Medical Test and other tests conducted by private institution.
Anitha passed Plus two securing 1176 marks out of 1200.
However, she just scored 86 out of 720 marks in the NEET examination, failing to get a chance in medical examination, media reports said.
The anger would be directed against the Centre and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and perhaps even Nirmala Sitharaman, the speculated future face of the BJP in Tamil Nadu, who had assured the State Board students that Tamil Nadu would receive an exemption from NEET through an ordinance.
In a statement issued here, former Union Minister and PMK leader Anbumani Ramadoss blamed the central and the state governments for the tragedy. Though the Central government introduced NEET in 2016, Tamil Nadu was exempted from it.
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Medical college admissions in Tamil Nadu were conducted exclusively based on the Plus Two examination marks until 2016. She had claimed that since her father was daily wage worker she could not afford coaching classes for NEET which students from the urban area could. "Due to NEET exam, I was unable to get selected, despite having good cut-off marks". In it, she said that her friends had pointed out that she had stained her bench and the uniform.
Blaming the State government and the Centre for the death of Anitha, a medical aspirant in Ariyalur, leaders of political parties have said the governments should take responsibility for her suicide as they had given false hopes to aspirants that Tamil Nadu would be exempted from NEET-based medical admissions. Later on, the Centre chose to give a year's exemption if the Tamil Nadu government passed a resolution.
Earlier this month, while talking to reporters after challenging NEET in the apex court, Anitha had said: "MBBS is my dream".
The Class VII student jumped off a neighbour's terrace - which was 25 feet high - in her hometown in Palayamkottai in the Tirunelveli district of Tamil Nadu.
According to the victim's mother, her daughter got her period during the teacher's lecture. "The Governor has to take immediate action to save Tamil Nadu".