Tuesday, 12 April 2011

No smoking in public areas in Nepal

Gone are the days when you could freely smoke or chew tobacco in public places. A new bill on tobacco products endorsed by the legislature-parliament on Monday severely restricts tobacco consumption in public places.

The new law to be enacted shortly was endorsed as part of Nepal´s obligation to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and bans tobacco consumption in schools, colleges, hospitals, government offices, temples and public vehicles.

Long story short: You cant smoke in public places from now onwards you cannot buy individual fag you must buy a whole pack and there will be those horrible pictures of people who get diseases from smoking on the pack covers but yo kati din ko tamasa ho. But in a way it is a good rule tara yo rule tikna garo nei cha. Read the full story on My Republica


Post a Comment