New Delhi: Taking an important step towards tackling harmful effects of e-cigarettes, Modi government has approved the ordinance banning e-cigarettes in public interest. The country was waiting for its ban for a long time and with its ban, the Modi government has once again won the hearts of the people.
The government was working for the past several days to ban e-cigarettes and finally in its cabinet meeting today, it has passed an ordinance banning e-cigarettes.
Impact of UC and Newstrack's campaign
UC and NewsTrack have also contributed significantly in banning it. UC and NewsTrack have also contributed significantly in banning it. UC and Newstrack joined hands aganist it and has made people aware of its fatal effects. UC and NewsTrack appealed to all its readers to stand up against e-cigarette and finally succeeded in this crucial mission.
According to the information received, the e-cigarette ban campaign was started by the Union Minister of State for Health, Ashwini Kumar Choubey. Even in the last Lok Sabha session, the government was preparing to bring an ordinance against it, although this could not happen. But today the government has taken a big impact on this in the cabinet meeting and its advertisement has also been banned by the government.