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IIM Indore students offer to strip if Poonam Pandey gets admission

23, Jul 2011 By Pagal Patrakar

Indore. Students at IIM here have offered to strip naked if Poonam Pandey, a kind of no more struggling model, successfully manages to get admission in their institute. Students made this offer after Poonam claimed that she “did not mind” trying for IIMs if she were to study further.

“We will all run naked all across the campus if she makes it,” said Pratik, a second year MBA student who had waited full three weeks for Poonam Pandey to strip after India won the cricket world cup earlier this year.

“Unlike her, we will keep our words,” Pratik added, and claimed that at least 25 other students from the b-school were ready to strip naked along with him to “celebrate” Poonam’s achievement.

Poonam Pandey
Poonam Pandey had promised to remove even those bit of clothes if India won the cricket world cup

The students have already written a letter to the model, who has been randomly appearing in newspapers and on television ever after she filled the Indian youth with the hope of having a desi version of Larissa Riquelme, the Paraguayan lingerie model.

“Please don’t come up with excuses that you have studied only till 10+2 and hence are ineligible to get into IIMs,” the letter appealed to the model who wants to get into Bollywood, “Now you can get admission in IIM Indore straight after 10+2.”

Poonam Pandey was not available for comments but experts believe that model, who recently bought a Mercedes, may not try for IIMs at all.

“She is already refusing remunerations running into 2 crore rupees and she can buy plush cars; why would she need an IIM degree?” an expert argued and asked the IIM Indore students to drop their plans.

However students are in no mood to relent. They have decided to mail the complete admission form and a postage stamp paid self-addressed envelope to Poonam Pandey so that she goes ahead and tries for the IIMs.

“And please don’t dare to think beyond the IIMs, we believe in your abilities,” the letter by the students appealed to Poonam Pandey.