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GST Council ignores tax-cut call for sanitary pads, revises for 66 others #WTFnews

For every woman to whom a sanitary napkin is available in a variety of sizes there are nearly 11 women who save old rags, newspapers and wood shavings to get through menstruation every month.

GST Council ignores tax-cut call for sanitary pads, revises for others
 Source: IANS

Taxing sanitary pads is akin to violation of human rights

Taxing sanitary pads is akin to violation of human rights
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Comment (1)

  1. K SHESHU BABU

    The government taxing sanitary napkins is an act of gender bias. The napkins are very useful for women. Indian women live in unhygienic conditions during menstrual cycle and napkins are essential. This bias and discrimination against women should be protested and taxes on napikins must be abolished

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