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It was after a sustained awareness campaign about health and hygiene that the sex workers had started using the sanitary napkins 10 years ago, but the steep increase in their prices has threatened to undo all the good work, according to an official of Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC), an umbrella organisation of the state's sex workers having more than 1,30,000 registered members in its fold.Although the zero percent tax on condoms has come as some relief to the sex workers, the hike in the prices of sanitary napkins following imposition of GST has again put them under grave health risk."In 2000, the rate of usage of sanitary napkins among sex workers was 20 percent and now more than 85 percent of them use sanitary napkins," Samarjit Jana, an official of DMSC said.Read | Before demonetisation, the bank sold an estimated 100 cartons (400,000 pieces) of condoms monthly at a subsidised rate of 80 paise a piece to sex workers.Kolkata: The 12 percent Goods and Services Tax (GST) on sanitary napkins imposed under the new tax regime has put sex workers of Sonagachi, Asia's largest red light area, in a spot, threatening to put the clock back when they were averse to using the pads.Business for those like Singh is slow, and for the bank savings deposits are down.
We are facing problems but we have to manage somehow with these earnings only,” said a sex worker in New Delhi.The 28-year-old is a sex worker, and the building is the headquarters of Usha Multipurpose Co-operative Society Ltd, the country’s oldest co-operative bank managed by and for sex workers.Three months ago, the government pulled out high-value banknotes, triggering a severe cash crunch that has eased a bit now but for the sex workers of Sonagachi and their bank the crisis is far from over.Meanwhile, the sex workers and officials of the DMSC have welcomed the zero percent tax on condoms and felt this would help in a big way to bring down the prevalence of AIDS."We have been able to bring down the AIDS prevalence to a large extent and we want to bring it to zero percent by 2025.Kolkata (West Bengal), Aug 07 (ANI): Kolkata sex workers celebrated the auspicious festival of ‘raksha bandhan’ along with their neighbours and local political leaders on Monday.
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' Raksha Bandhan' occupies a special place in the Hindu religious calendar.