— Hindustan Unilever (@HUL_News) March 7, 2019
From East India Co to @HUL_News that’s their true character. Their only agenda is to make the country poor economically & ideologically. Why shld we not boycott them? For them everything, every emotion is just a commodity. For us parents are next to Gods #BoycottHindustanUnilever https://t.co/suozbymLBI
— Swami Ramdev (@yogrishiramdev) March 7, 2019
Use Indian , non toxic herbal ,eco friendly and organic products. So many small scale industries make handmade soaps, natural cleaners, laundry powder etc which I use. #BoycottHindustanUnilever will not only show their place, it will make you environmentally conscious too.
— krithika sivaswamy (@krithikasivasw) March 7, 2019
Brands one must not buy for insulting the most holy hindu pilgrimage. 👇 pic.twitter.com/DAgykmndis
— Wanderer 🇮🇳 (@crazymadddy) March 7, 2019
You deleted this.. But we won't forget or forgive... Time to say No to Unilever products and yes to Indian brands... My fav is Patanjali pic.twitter.com/NYQSy55za0
— नंदिता ठाकुर (@nanditathhakur) March 7, 2019
#BoycottHindustanUnilever is good for your health, pocketbook and culture. Avoid the toxic Chemical factory that it is.
And you know what @HUL_News can do with its Vaseline. 😬
Picking Patanjali is a good idea. Enough of colonial companies trying to "fix" and "civilize" natives. https://t.co/72LipgpAxH
— Sankrant Sanu सानु (@sankrant) March 7, 2019
— Apurv gupta (@Apurvgu68761514) March 7, 2019