Punjab cracks down on e-cig sites

| September 2, 2016

http://alcbahamas.org/online-assignment-help-companies/ The police department of the state of Punjab, India, has issued notices to a number of Internet sites for violating the Drugs and Cosmetics Act by selling electronic cigarettes, according to a Press Trust of India story relayed by the Business Standard.

http://nhayatie.com/?p=dissertation-on-constitution The notices, which presumably required the sites to stop selling these devices to people living in the Punjab, were said to have been issued by the police’s cyber-crime wing “It becomes significant to prohibit these Internet sites from selling e-cigarettes,” a spokesperson from the cyber-crime wing was quoted as saying.

http://knowledgebeyond.net/?p=business-plan-pharmacy “E-cigarettes are electronic nicotine delivery system … devices containing nicotine in chemical form which is addictive and lethal.”

http://caralangsingsehat.com/?p=dissertation-editing-help-co-uk Earlier, the State Tobacco Control Cell also had issued awareness notices to e-commerce sites that were violating the Drugs and Cosmetics Act by selling unapproved drugs such as e-cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes have been declared an ‘unapproved drug’ by state drug controller since 2013. “Court cases have been initiated in Ludhiana, Hoshiarpur and Mohali district against vendors selling e-cigarettes,” the spokesperson said.

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