Petition related to smoking in Supreme Court dismissed: Neither will be prevented from being sold in the open nor the age of smoking will increase

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Petition related to smoking in Supreme Court dismissed: Neither will be prevented from being sold in the open nor the age of smoking will increase
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A petition was filed in the Supreme Court to control the growing smoking habit between children and youth in the country. The petition was dismissed on Friday. In this petition filed by Advocate Shubham Awasthi and Rishi Mishra, it was demanded that the sale of open cigarettes should be stopped and the age of cigarettes should be increased from 18 to 21 years. The court said- Bring good case, well, well On the crossroads, the court told the petitioners that if you want publicity, bring a good case, examine it well. Do not file such petition only for publicity. Significantly, the petition was filed in the last week of May. In which there was also a demand to abolish the prescribed place for smoking. The demand was made in 2018, WHO released by WHO reported that in 2018, WHO released its fact sheet on tobacco intake in India. . It is taking cardio-cascular diseases to the youth. This includes cigarettes the highest, which is responsible for the deaths of more than 9 million people in India. The number of smokes has increased for two decades, more addicted to 64 years of age. It has become an epidemic, which has brought India to the second number in terms of smoking. This includes 16 to 64 years. It has also been said in the petition that according to the Journal of Nicotine and Tobacco Research, the second hand smoke in India has increased the serious economic burden of exposure. Smoking has 567 billion annually in health services due to smoking with lungs with lungs. It costs. It is 8% of the Annual Health Care. At the same time, tobacco use costs Rs 1,773 billion annually. Smoking is not only spoiling the lungs but it is also affecting the eyes. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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