Earlier yesterday, Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman stated that the government has decided to put a ban on e-cigarettes because of the health hazards associated with it.

She justified the government’s stance by claiming that: 

These e-cigarettes come in over 150 flavours, and it’s become a fashion. The reason is it’s odourless. However, the smoke that is exhaled by the users has a high-level of residual nicotine in it and those who passively inhale them are also affected. 
Indian Express

However, netizens resorted to Twitter to contemplate why the government has only banned e-cigarettes and not beedis and tobacco cigarettes. 

Well, the lesser of the two evils is crucified.