After video of BSF jawan Tej Bahadur where he exposed the quality of food service our military force is getting went viral on the internet. Thousands of college hostel students are now uploading their hostel mess video to expose the (Poor) quality foods from college management which they need to consume everyday in order to survive in this world.
On Tuesday, social networking sites like Youtube and Facebook are filled with poor quality food videos made by several college students who are complaining about their hostel mess quality and wanted media to do something about it. In one video, the Yellow Dal is actually looking like soup and the rice was used to break solid materials.
One video uploaded by a student of reputable Engineering College showed how confusing their food items are when even his cook couldn’t indentify all the ingredients in Sabzi (Or is it?), in the end of the video, the uploader Mayank was seen asking for help him to change the food menu.
Our reporter went to Mayank hostel room where bunch of other students was also sitting and eating something (which we assume is Food) and asked about his video, Mayank said after watching the Tej Bahadur video, I got inspired and uploaded mine on social networking sites as well. His food items looks poor but still I can identify everything, here it’s all about assumptions and willpower.
When asked about hostel canteen manager, Interestingly, Mayank said that he doesn’t blame the Canteen staff for all this. “Mai canteen staff or Cook ko dosh nahi deta. wo wahi banati hai jo unke pass hota hai. Ye College Management hain jo kuch detey hi nhi hain. Iski jaanch honi chahiye,” blaming the college management and not the canteen manager, adding that his voice be heard by the media.
He offered some (food?) maybe eating items to our reporter but being a good media person our reporter gently declined it.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said that he will give his full support to Mayank, and the ‘Jaanch’ has started on it.
(This article is a work of fiction, Don’t took it personally, if you do Please grow up)
BY : Saket Sharma