— Ms. Wisdomous (@nirjhara) September 8, 2015
When We’ve dry day on 2 Oct, 15 Aug, 26 Jan, Muharram, Buddha Purnima, Nanak Jayanti then whats bad in #meatban for 4 days in Jain Festival?
— Anshul Saxena (@AskAnshul) September 8, 2015
#MeatBan; it’s fishy!
— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) September 8, 2015
Ban french kiss on Jains festival #MeatBan
— Critically Your’s ✘ (@thebakwaashour) September 7, 2015
I am a veggie myself (not jain) but I feel this #MeatBan is a ridiculous idea.
— Emm Gee (@milindgandhi) September 7, 2015
Rather than Acche Din slogan, Ab Ki Baar Ban wale Din would have been better! The latest being #MeatBan!!!
— neeru bahl (@NBahl9) September 7, 2015
Why not onion and garlic? I am pretty sure dedicated Jains don’t consume onion and garlic. What a ludicrous society we live in! #MeatBan
— Asrar (@helloiamasrar) September 7, 2015
Religion poisons everything! #MeatBan
— Flying Sam ✈ (@Naa_Cheese) September 7, 2015
Every year meat is banned for a couple of days.but this time it’s for 7 days. RSS is really making its presence in Maharashtra #meatban
— Yudhishthir Chede (@onlyyudhs) September 7, 2015
I don’t eat non veg during 10 days of Ganeshotsav, so I won’t be affected by #MeatBan, but, banning it because somebody’s fasting is stupid
— Sandesh Samant (@sandesh_samant) September 7, 2015