Social workers aim to send 1000 sanitary pads to government, here's why

Madhya Pradesh Students ask PM Modi to eliminate 12% GST on sanitary pads

Students wrote their messages on sanitary pads demanding price deduction from PM Modi

It is the belief of the students that it is not only the need of Gwalior women but also the need of women of the entire nation and they feel that PM Modi is the only leader who could solve their problem by removing the GST rates from sanitary napkins or making it available for free of cost.

Students from Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior recently wrote messages relating to menstrual hygiene on sanitary napkins to urge Prime Minister Narendra Modi to remove the 12 per cent Goods and Services Tax (GST) on the product.

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The students launched the campaign to create awareness towards harassment faced by women and to put efforts on their empowerment.

In the remote areas of the country, women use traditional means only but because of that, they suffer from various communicable diseases. Women in rural areas can't spend Rs 100 on sanitary napkins.

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In July a year ago, students from Left-backed Students' Federation of India (SFI) and the All India Democratic Women's Association (AIDWA) on Tuesday sent sanitary napkins to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, to demand an immediate withdrawal of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on them. Activist, Hari Mohan said that instead of giving subsidy, it has been placed under luxury item. "Free napkins, at least GST-free napkins, must reach women", another activist, Preeti Joshi, told ANI. "Therefore, we have started this campaign aiming to send 1,000 pads to the government by 3 March".

Hari Mohan, says, " Sanitary napkins have been placed under 12% GST. But you tax sanitary napkins.

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It's worth mentioning that several people have been protesting the government's move of keeping sanitary pads under 12 per cent GST slab.

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