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first_imgNew Delhi: Urging people to shun tobacco, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said e cigarettes were banned to prevent the youth from falling into the new way of intoxication.These are his first remarks on the issue of health hazards linked to e cigarettes after the Union Cabinet earlier this month banned its sale, production and storage through an ordinance. The ordinance will be converted into a bill in the next session of Parliament. In his latest edition of ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio address, he also said a “myth” has been spread that e-cigarettes pose no danger. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghLike the conventional cigarette, it does not spread odour as fragrant chemicals are added to it. He said these chemicals are harmful and pose a health hazard. ” … do not harbour any misconceptions about e-cigarettes,” he said. Discourses and debates will continue, the support and opposition will continue, but, if some things are checked before they proliferate, then there is a huge benefit, he said referring to the ban. ” … e-cigarette has been banned so that this new form of intoxication does not destroy our demographically young country. It does not trample the dreams of a family and waste the lives of our children. This scourge and this obnoxious habit should not become rooted in our society,” the prime minister asserted. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadThere is no confusion about angers posed by a cigarette. It causes harm. The smoker and the seller know the harm it causes, he pointed out. “But the case of e-cigarettes is quite different. There is little awareness among people about e-cigarette. They are also completely unaware of its danger and for this reason sometimes e-cigarettes sneak into the house out of sheer curiosity,” he warned. Urging people to shun tobacco, the prime minister warned that e cigarettes, which are used as a “fashion statement”, are a new way of getting addicted to nicotine. As if a magic show is on, children at times blow smoke in the presence of their parents without lighting a cigarette or striking a match. ” … Family members respond with applause. There is no awareness. There is no knowledge … once teenagers or our youth … become hooked and fall prey to this noxious addiction,” he said. An e-cigarette is a type of electronic device unlike a typical cigarette. In an e-cigarette, the heating of nicotine-containing fluids creates a type of chemical smoke and this is the pathway through which nicotine is consumed, the prime minister explained. The government had on September 18 banned production, import and sale of e-cigarettes and similar products, citing health risk to people, especially youth. Making sale, manufacture and storage of the product a penal offence, the ordinance states that first-time violators will face a jail term of up to one year and a fine of Rs one lakh, and for subsequent offences, a jail term of up to three years or a fine of Rs 5 lakh, or both. Storage of electronic-cigarettes shall also be punishable with an imprisonment up to 6 months or fine up to Rs 50,000 or both. The owners of existing stocks of e-cigarettes on the date of commencement of the ordinance will have to declare and deposit the stocks with the nearest police station.last_img read more

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