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Modi claims Porn Ban a part of Make in India campaign

06, Aug 2015 By Srivy Anand

PM Narendra Modi came out in defense of his government as he tried to pacify the masses by stating that the recent decision by Department of Telecom to ban 827 porn sites was as a part of the government undertaken campaign, Make in India.

He issued an official statement that all his government was trying to do is to make Indian and Indians self-dependent for their basic needs, be it grains, technology, clothing or porn.

Porn Site-Seeing as part of MP Tourism sight-seeing package
Porn Site-Seeing as part of MP Tourism sight-seeing package

Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad went into a damage control mode as his house was surrounded by youngsters who took to Gandhigiri and sending him Hard Disks with porn and a Get Well Soon card with it. The damage was already done as the opposition and the Modi naysayers got another plum issue to bash the incumbent government.

Kejriwal has already announced that he’ll be undertaking a Dharna at the Jantar Mantar from tonight 12 am. Delhi youth had signed up for it in huge numbers, especially with the prevalent porn ban, they had nothing much to look forward to for the night.

Congress spokesperson Sanjay Jha accused Modi Sarkar’s act aimed as a quid-pro-quo to promote Madhya Pradesh tourism. He even presented leaked emails exchanged between the MP tourism officials who were mulling a change of slogan for Madhya Pradesh tourism using the iconic Khajuraho statues which depicted several sexual acts. The proposed slogan being: “Why miss porn when you can see the real deal?” Or “MP aao.. Khajuraho Jao .. Masti ki Ghanti Bajao”.

Indian youth was up in arms against this decision but there were some teenagers who were rather happy to get a consolidated list of 827 sites of government certified adult content, waiting to be trespassed into using proxies.

Rahul Gandhi, the Vice President of Indian National Congress called this day, a black mark on the face of democracy and called for the whole of Indian brethren to stand behind him, metaphorically.