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Four university students allegedly dealing in selling Maggi to other hungry students near the university campus were suspended for a period yet undetermined by the varsity. “The University has always vehemently condemned acts of illegal nature and although we are empathetic to the plight of the students we cannot act otherwise” said a senior member of the teacher’s body. In his defence, one of the suspended argued, ”I thought I could help a lot many people you know. Save them from starving. So what if i make a little money out of it?” With a ban on the ‘rescue snack’ many students are in dilemma as to what will feed their mouths. Canteens in DU have reported mass decline in sales and menu cards have undergone massive transformation as well. “We have nothing to feed them” said a distressed canteen manager deploring the loss of their best-seller.
Meanwhile there has been no news of the owner of ‘Tom Uncle’s Maggi point’ who has not been seen at his regular since the last few days. One of the most famous Maggi joints inside the campus, it was known for selling varieties of the same. According to sources he has been trying to sell off the last of his stock to anyone who will buy it. The varsity has since ordered an area wise sweep of the campus to locate any shops selling the product, within a 500 metre radius. These shops will be instructed to switch to another product, failing which they will be asked to leave the campus. For students the university has ordered a week long suspension for anyone found with a packet or more. Such are the new conditions which DU faces. Such an ordinance is expected to be a tough trial on everyone.
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