GV Prakash Kumar visited late student Anitha’s parents and personally conveyed his condolences to the bereaved family. Later, the music composer turned actor posted a video on his Twitter page saying that the education system itself is wrong in the country.
“Had Anitha given proper training, she would have cracked NEET. For a student, who scored 1176 in state board exam, it would’ve been an easy task. We should make sure that students in India shouldn’t commit suicide in future”, said GV Prakash Kumar.
In another Twitter post, GV Prakash said that Government’s power and law killed Anitha, who developed an ambition to become a doctor from a house, which doesn’t have basic sanitation facilities.