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Cancer free India- NO more Cigarette allowed - Tackling the drug menace in India

Cancer free India- Tackling the drug menace in India

December 2, 2013 at 11:29am

#swacha Bharat # Clean India

Government need to ban Cigarette sale in India , It is really killing young generation and youth by direct and indirect smoke. 



PG Ref: DHLTH/E/2014/02352- Department of health & family Welfare


 DLF cybercity - shop at 10 meter from metro station
पंजाब में नशे की समस्या का हवका देने वाली सरकार  और सभी पार्टियों से अनुरोध - दारू or  Cigarette भी एक नशा है क्या भारत सरकार अपने टैक्स प्रोफिट से ऊपर उठकर शराब बैन कर पायेगी देश भर में ।

पंजाब में नशे की समस्या का हवका देने वाली सरकार  और सभी पार्टियों से अनुरोध 

http://vishesh2014.blogspot.fi/2016/07/blog-post.html

Refuse to pay taxes if govt doesn't curb 'hydra-headed' corruption: Bombay HC


Daru ban in India
दारू भी एक नशा है क्या भारत सरकार अपने टैक्स प्रोफिट से ऊपर उठकर शराब बैन कर पायेगी देश भर में
या सरकार का टैक्स प्रॉफिट देश में नशे से होने वाली समस्या से ऊपर हैं
सवाल यह सरकार की नीयत का भी हैं चाहे वो राज्य सरकार हो और केन्द्र सरकार , सरकार की नीयत बहुत मैटर रखती है।


Cigarette ban in India
Cigarette भी एक  नशा है क्या भारत सरकार अपने टैक्स प्रोफिट से ऊपर उठकर Cigarette बैन कर पायेगी देश भर में या सरकार का टैक्स प्रॉफिट देश में नशे से होने वाली समस्या से ऊपर हैं
सवाल यह सरकार की नीयत का भी हैं चाहे वो राज्य सरकार हो और केन्द्र सरकार , सरकार की नीयत बहुत मैटर रखती है।




Suggestion to PMO India, Health Ministry India
Tobacco Product like cigarette , bidi  gutaka,  are mainly responsible for downing the rupees value as compare to any other currency.
Tobacco product is big source of black money and influencing the economy of country


Suggestion:

  • 80- 90 % taxes should be applied in all tobacco product  to make India cancer free
  • All Tobacco companies should have social responsibility and government should make some frame work so that all companies in this sector or MNC should reinvest 50 % of their profit in Indian economy or basic infrastructure creation. Like school…..
  • Government may give some tax benefit to promote their reinvestment in INDIA.
  • Currently big tobacco company organizing cricket matches or other games and indirectly marketing their product Due to this people are influencing, they are earning lots of money and bring back to other countries. Means India money going out of India.
  •  If government will increase the taxes on these products they will also increase the cost of product to maintain the operating cost and end user will reduce the quantity of tobacco product. Directly reducing the cause of cancers.
  • Government can reinvest collected heavy taxes in education program in India.
  • Selling of tobacco product like sigret, gutka, pan masala should be ban ,  Camel room ( Smoking  Room)  have to be establish  by offices Private/government, or openly  Smoking should be ban and penalty of 5000/- or 10000/- need to be imposed to companies , or place owners if some one found smoking at office campus, Railway authority, hospital administration, school principal, collage administration,Government office,
  • smoking should be ban  at Public Place like Office campus (like DLF Cyber city), Education campus, railway, Hospital, Railway , Metro station - 500 meter campus
  •   also 500 rs penalty for individual who caught smoking at public place 

Feed Back & Government Initiative


  • India is the second largest tobacco producing nation in the world and 1 million Indians die each year from cancer caused by smoking and chewing tobacco
  • Australian study has shown plain packaging makes smokers think about quitting more often.
  • One third of Indians use tobacco - that's about 400 million people. It's estimated the cost of treating tobacco related illness is more than $US5 billion a year. 
  • Indian parliament calling for logos and company branding to be totally removed from tobacco products.
  •          Draft Cigarettes and other Tobacco Product (Prohibition of advertisement and regulation of trade and commerce, production, supply and distribution) Amendment bill 2015
    http://www.prsindia.org/uploads/media//draft/Tobacco%20Act.pdf

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