Twitter Unites To Make Sanitary Napkins Tax Free #LahukaLagaan

It's NOT a luxury.

Twitter is a mysterious place. You might find it a conflict war zone one day, and a love paradise on the other. Be it a meaningless war of words or some thought provoking perspectives, a lot is being tweeted every second on this social media platform.

Recently, twitterverse appealed to our Minister of Finance, Arun Jaitley, to make sanitary napkins tax-free after SheSays started this campaign. This small ripple of hope became huge when the support started pouring in from entertainment industry and other influential celebrities. The hashtag #LahukaLagaan trended and garnered a massive reach.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/SheSaysIndia/status/854576749644058624[/twitter]

Here's how twitter came in support of this campaign:

While some celebrities try to avoid speaking for any issue, Anshula Kapoor, sister of Arjun Kapoor, voiced her strong opinion on this issue on Twitter.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/anshulakapoor/status/854277697618313216[/twitter]

Actor Aditi Rao Hydari could not stop herself from joining the campaign that was just blowing Twitter.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/aditiraohydari/status/854543944876609536[/twitter]

Kaneen Surka, a stand-up comedian, mentioned how the taxes make sanitary napkins even more unaffordable and make women resort to other unhygienic methods.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/kaneezsurka/status/854345848179892224[/twitter]

Cyrus Broacha and Kunal Vijayakar also made a video to address the issue and make an appeal. And where there's Cyrus, there has to a comical twist.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/BoredBroacha/status/854223080599601152[/twitter]

Mallika Dua also mentioned how miserable it is for ladies who can't afford sanitary pads and are forced to use old rags, wood shavings, sand, etc.

[twitter ]https://twitter.com/MallikaDua/status/854273793610702848[/twitter]