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Mocktale: Engineering students to stage a dharna to support Maggi


Stories in Mocktale are works of fiction intended to bring a smile to your face. They bear no connection to events and characters in real life.Mocktale: Engineering students to stage a dharna to support Maggi

Maggi, which is the staple diet of students and bachelors all over the country, has landed in trouble. Food Safety and Drug Administration (FDA) found monosodium glutamate (MSG) and excessive lead content in some of the Maggi samples. MSG when consumed more than the permissible amount can prove fatal to health. Speculations are rife that all this might lead to a ban on Maggi. Students and bachelors have joined hands against this imminent ban. Inspired from the Aam Aadmi Party, they have decided to stage a dharna. Our Mocktalereporter talked with some of the protestors to know more about the dharna.

"First they banned beef and we remained silent. Now, they are planning to ban Maggi, but we won't let that happen," said an engineering student who bunked his class to gear up for the dharna. "Maggi is the single source of joy in many people's life. When you are living away from home, Maggi comes to your rescue every time you are hungry and too lazy to go out. I am very sure that it isn't as harmful as smoking and rather than banning it, the government can put a warning on the packet which says "Maggi is injurious to health". If you ban it, we won't have any jokes to crack the next time Rohit Sharma gets out in 2 minutes," he further added.

"The government should realise that no one eats Maggi for its nutrients. A product which is worth Rs 10 and barely takes any time to cook obviously can't be of any nutritional value. We are planning to invite all the Maggi enthusiasts at one place and pull off a Maggi eating marathon. It will be the exact opposite of a hunger strike. We want Anna Hazare to be the chief guest," another student concluded.
Stories in Mocktale are works of fiction intended to bring a smile to your face. They bear no connection to events and characters in real life.
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