FMSA Medical Association backs NEET PG 2022 aspirants in exam deferment demand

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on May 5, 2022 11:46 IST

While the NEET PG 2022 aspirants have moved to Supreme Court with their demand to postpone the examination, the Federation of Medical Students' Association (FMSA) has also come in support of the aspirants.

FMSA Medical Association backs NEET PG 2022 aspirants in exam deferment demand

The Federation of Medical Students' Association (FMSA) has announced their support for NEET PG 2022 aspirants demanding to postpone the examination by six to eight weeks. FMSA has said they support the Twitter storm today.

FMSA tweet reads, "FMSA Supports the Twitter Strom today at 5 PM for #POSTPONENEETPG_MODIJI"

 

Some of the related tweets are: 

"Guys twitter storm se kuch ni hoga,situation demands massive protest against injustice.We dont have time to think,pls understand. Just think what if SC denies to intervene,everything will be over. So pls we need to give our best shot and the time is NOW!!#NEETPG2022 #Neetpg2022"

"No Twitter storm , jst voice of All NEETPG aspirant still govt thinks that demands are not legitimate. Keep yourself in our place nd think once , we served India during covid by leaving our homes ,still studying leaving out of home plz postpone #Neetpg2022 @mansukhmandviya"

 

Demand for NEET PG 2022 postponement grows

The NEET PG 2022 exam date is coming near on May 21, 2022, and aspirants are trying all possible ways to postpone the examination by a minimum of 6 to 8 weeks. All India Medical Students Association (AIMSA) has filed a plea in the Supreme Court to postpone NEET PG 2022.

The Federation of All India Medical Association (FAIMA) has also come in the support of aspirants and urged PMO India to intervene in this matter.

FAIMA tweet reads, "As @MoHFW_INDIA has given negative response regarding our genuine issue of #neetpgpostponement after so much efforts. Requesting @PMOIndia to intervene immediately!We request all of you to use this hashtag for twitter storm at 5 PM on 5 May i.e tomorrow!"

 

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