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IIT Mumbai blocks internet for a student after not finding any porn on his computer

13, Jul 2016 By arushdixit

Mumbai: In a shocking series of events at IIT Mumbai, ‘Not Just Porn’ (NJP) the ruling student party in the campus has decided to ban internet for a 3rd Year student after not finding any porn on his computer. Identity of the student has not been disclosed for security reasons and for not hurting student sentiments across the campus.

The new AAP party in support of the expelled student
The new AAP party in support of the expelled student

According to the sources, Bunty Patel (name changed) had left his computer unlocked when he went for lunch. His roommate was facing some bandwidth issues and decided to pause the ongoing download on Bunty’s system, he was however shocked to find that there was no porn in the downloading or the recently downloaded items. He immediately reported this to NJP officials who decided to deal with this strictly and blocked internet for Bunty under the Porn Act of 1776.

Manik Rane spokesperson of NJP called this incident extremely unfortunate and said “This behavior is definitely alarming and the fact that the culprit is of 3rd Year makes this even more worrisome”. He added “We are taking all possible measures to deal with the situation and have already distributed 100 2TB hard disks among the first year students”.

Darkha Butt, leader of opposition party AAP (Apka Apna Porn) blamed NJP’s policies for this; she said, “NJP has taken no actions for increasing the bandwidth across campus and has been pushing the South Indian porn to support its ‘Make in India’ initiative. They have not even fulfilled their promise of getting Sunny Leone to the annual convocation”.

Akhil Pandey, President NJP, who is currently on a 4 IIT tour of IIT Mandi, IIT Palghat, IIT Ropar and IIT Dharwad requested student to maintain calm in these tough times.