Tamil actor Suriya, who opposed NEET, Hindi and NEP, relocates to Mumbai4 min read
Tamil actor Suriya Sivakumar, who had courted controversies prior to now over his stance towards Hindi, has relocated to Mumbai from Chennai.
As per experiences, the actor’s spouse Jyotika is engaged on a Hindi internet collection and his youngsters (Diya and Dev) are attending faculty within the metropolis. Suriya has subsequently purchased a brand new home for his household in Mumbai, at a whopping Rs 70 crores.
The actor had additionally criticised the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) and the Centre’s National Education Policy (NEP) draft prior to now. After it got here to mild that Suriya made a aware choice to shift to BJP-ruled Maharashtra, netizens have been fast to name out his hypocrisy.
#Suriya has purchased a brand new home in Mumbai reportedly for Rs 70 crores, and settled in along with his household 😲#Jyotika #Suriya42 #kollywood pic.twitter.com/OwWzymzKGJ
— REPORTER INDIA (@ReporterIndia_) March 22, 2023
Orthodontist Swathi Bellam wrote, “Suriya sir was at the forefront of anti #HindiImposition and NEET in Tamilnadu and claimed uneducated BJP govt can’t impose their National Education policy on world’s most educated state Tamilnadu.”
“Now he shifted his family to Mumbai for better education of his children and bought a 70 crore bungalow in a state where the students don’t study Tamil and no one opposes Hindi. I am sure Ambani school has Tamil medium studies for his children and will they say #HinditeriyaduPoda in Mumbai.”
Suriya saar was within the fore entrance of anti #HindiImposition and NEET in Tamilnadu and claimed uneducated Bjp govt cant impose their National Education coverage on worlds most educated state Tamilnadu
Now he shifted his household to mumbai for higher schooling of his youngsters and… pic.twitter.com/Wl9JBuxHAU
— Swathi Bellam (@BellamSwathi) March 27, 2023
Another Twitter person identified, “Actor Suriya moved along with his wife and also enrolled his children in a school in Mumbai. Ok, this is his personal life and none can question (it). Hope he has enrolled his children in a school which has two languages (Eng & தமிழ்) policy and is against #NEP,#NEET etc.”
Actor @Suriya_offl moved alongside along with his spouse and in addition enrolled his youngsters in a college at Mumbai.
Ok that is his private life and none can query.
Hope he has enrolled his youngsters in a college which have two language (Eng & #தமிழ்) coverage and towards of #NEP,#NEET and so forth 😉😉
— akindtamizhan (@akindtamizhan) March 27, 2023
“Interesting. Hope they found a school that teaches Tamil and follows a two-language policy in Mumbai,” tweeted one Vaijayanthi.
Interesting. Hope they discovered a college that teaches Tamil and follows a two language coverage in Mumbai. https://t.co/q4nZJAXNuH
— Vaijayanthi (@vaiju7) March 26, 2023
“Suriya & Jyothika shift their base from Chennai to Mumbai. This is because Mumbai’s Dharavi offers the best curriculum in Tamil in the world, they didn’t want their kids to miss out on the best education. Stop criticising them as if they felt Chennai’s education was mediocre,” one Arun Vishwanathan wrote in a sarcastic tweet.
Suriya & Jyothika shift their base from Chennai to Mumbai.
This is as a result of Mumbai’s Dharavi presents the very best curriculum in Tamil on this planet, they didn’t need their children to overlook out on the very best schooling.
Stop criticising them as in the event that they felt Chennai’s schooling was mediocre.
— Arun Vishwanathan🌞| GTSR (@arunv2808) March 27, 2023
Views of Suriya on NEP, Hindi and NEET
In July 2019, Suriya was on the forefront of criticising the National Education Policy (NEP). He had claimed that the Centre’s choice would depart college students from rural areas in a deprived state of affairs.
He additionally cried foul over the three-language coverage (English, Hindi and regional language), which is a part of the educational curriculum. “From three years, three languages are being imposed on students and government school students are most affected by this,” he had stated.
“I find it difficult to teach even my kids the third language, who will teach the government school students then? If we are going to be silent about this policy, it will be imposed on us,” he had claimed.
Interestingly, actor Kamal Hassan got here out in assist of Suriya over the ‘Hindi imposition’ row. A yr later in September 2020, Suriya Sivakumar in contrast the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) to ‘Manu Dharma’ assessments.’ and mobilised the general public towards the pan-India examination.
“It becomes a life-long punishment for the parents who suffer after losing their children to an unfair system of tests…Let us vocalise our opposition against NEET, which sets fire to the medical dreams of students from normal families” he had stated.
“Modern Dronacharyas are asking for a Class 6 student to prove his mettle by passing a test. For those who pass this, there are more fierce weapons awaiting, like the NEET,” Suriya had claimed.