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Saturday, 5 September 2020

Gujarat Government Announced One year prohibited to Gutka and Tobacco

Hello friends how are you and today this breaking news has come and the government has banned eating gutka and also spices in it.
One year prohibited to Gutka and Tobbaco

The ban on sale, storage and distribution of gutka, tobacco or nicotine-containing pan masala in the state has been extended for one more year. Deputy Chief Minister Shri Nitinbhai Patel ......

And distribution is currently banned. The state government has decided to extend the ban for one more year to improve the health of the citizens.

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The Deputy Chief Minister added that the ban has been imposed under the rules and regulations under the Food Safety Standards Act-2006 and Regulation-2011. Under which adding tobacco or nicotine to any food item is prohibited. The presence of tobacco or nicotine in gutka is very harmful to human health.

The decision has been taken to ban gutka in order to maintain the health of the citizens and future generations. Mr. Patel added that the state government has decided to ban the sale, storage and distribution of gutka or pan masala which contains tobacco or nicotine.

Strict legal action is taken against those who violate this rule. Mr. Patel further said that the ban on sale of cigarettes and substances containing tobacco or nicotine within a radius of 100 times of the educational institution is being strictly enforced by the system.

To read the information in Gujarati here, go to the link given below

Download Official press note

In this regard, in the last three years, about 10 thousand firms have been investigated by the Food and Drug Regulatory Authority of the Health Department and about Rs. A fine of Rs 11 lakh has been levied. Dilip Gajjar Bharat Gangani

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