However, with the introduction of the National Entrance cum Eligibility Test (NEET), social justice was facing a 'danger', he said in a statement.
Hitting out at the ruling AIADMK over the handling of the NEET issue, Stalin said it was yet to ensure Presidential nod for the two bills adopted in the state Assembly seeking exemption for Tamil Nadu from the entrance exam.
"Due to the ignorance of the AIADMK government and Central BJP government's policies against social justice, NEET has entered Tamil Nadu and poured cold water on the medical aspirations of the state's students," he said.
He also questioned state Ministers recently meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other Central Ministers in Delhi on the NEET issue, indicating it was a delayed step.
A memorandum was submitted to Modi by the delegation of Ministers on Thursday seeking Presidential nod for two Bills passed recently by the state assembly and now pending with the Centre.
Stalin urged his supporters to ensure good participation in the July 27 human chain, seeking Presidential assent for two Bills adopted by Assembly.
CPI and VCK had already announced that they will participate in the DMK's human chain protest.
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