NEET PG 2022 aspirants still demand postponement

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on May 13, 2022 14:05 IST

After the Supreme Court has dismissed the plea seeking NEET PG 2022 postponement, aspirants continue with their demand to defer the exam.

NEET PG 2022 aspirants still demand postponement

The protesting aspirants are not pleased with the Supreme Court's decision on the plea seeking NEET PG 2022 postponement. With very little time remaining for the exam, the aspirants are raising their voices on the social media platform.

Dr Datta of AIIMS Delhi tweeted, "WHAT A MOCKERY! Supreme Court dismisses plea to #POSTPONENEETPG2022. It is going to held as scheduled! "Apparently, postponement will create chaos and will impact patient care and will cause prejudice to over 2 lakh students!" DUDE! 95% of them wanted POSTPONEMENT! UNBELIEVABLE!"


One of the aspirants said, "I’m done. I’m drained mentally and physically. I don’t want to do this anymore. I don’t want to be a doctor. I regret every second of my decision. I JUST WANT MENTAL PEACE!"

NEET PG 2022 aspirants call protestors at Supreme Court tomorrow

One of the tweets says, "Hello Guys those who are in delhi,should reach at Supreme Court tomorrow morning at 10 AM.definitely our exam ll be postponed. Be Positive & united. Share it maximum."

Another tweet reads, "All neet pg aspirants reach at gate no 2,supreme Court and talk to media.10 am"


Earlier also reports emerged that the states have shown less interest in postponing the NEET PG 2022. IMA president Dr Sahajanand Prasad Singh said, “We met Union Health Minister and discussed with him the postponement of NEET PG 2022. He said only seven states want to postpone and we are looking into it,” Dr Singh said, as reported by

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