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MMS sex clip scandal rocks Parliament

Press Trust of India

Posted: Dec 16, 2004 at 1450 hrs IST

The MMS sex clip scandal involving two Delhi school students had its echo in Lok Sabha on Thursday with a Shiv Sena member demanding that government ban mobile phones with camera facility in schools.

Raising the issue during Zero Hour, Subodh Mohite said the human resource development ministry should set up a committee to review the whole education system.

Mohite said the clippings had also found their way to Singapore and America.

The Shiv Sena member charged that the principal of the school was continuing for the last three years on "illegal extension" despite the policy of not giving extension after retirement.

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