A number of comedians and netizens took up the cause immediately and started tweeting Mr Jaitley to stop #LahuKaLagaan, which roughly translates to tax on bleeding
Cyrus Broacha was one of the first to take up the cause
Mallika Dua explains it in plain speak:
Rohan Joshi also lent his support to the cause
As did Kaneez Surka and Kanan Gill
Comedy collective Girliyapa used some humour to get the point across
Anu Menon and Atul Khatri explain in their videos
Soon, Bollywood also started tweeting to Mr Jaitley
The Lahu Ka Lagaan campaign comes just days after Union Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi wrote to Mr Jaitley, asking him provide 100 per cent tax exemption for eco-friendly and bio-degradable sanitary napkins under GST, according to PTI reports.
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