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Activists welcome govt’s stand

DNJAI67073 | 4/13/2016 | Author : dna correspondent | WC :372

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Kota: The no-tobacco campaigners from across the country are happy with central government’s strict stand on larger pictorial warning over the tobacco products, but are now with the mood to press the same government for effective implementation of Juvenile Justice Act (JJA) taking equal serious note on tobacco consumption with drug addiction.
Larger pictorial warning on products along with effective implementation of JJ Act, that assigns seven year jail term and Rs one lakh fine on sale of tobacco products to under aged, would largely check the minor  from its consumption making the national tobacco free in the generations to come, the No –Tobacco activists believe.
“Despite pressure by the tobacco companies, the governm
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