India Prohibits Carrying glass pipes cheap on Airplanes
Since India banned the production, manufacture and promotion of glass pipes cheap in the country last September, the government has now decided to ban the carrying of glass pipes cheap on planes.
According to a latest announcement by India's aviation safety regulator, the Indian Civil Aviation Authority (BCAS), glass pipes cheap are not allowed on domestic and international flights and airports in the country, the announcement said:
"Including any form of electronic cigarette, including electronic nicotine delivery system (ENDS), non-combustible products, glass pipes and bongs hookah and other similar equipment, regardless of its name, shape, size or form, are prohibited from being produced, manufactured, imported, exported, transported, sold, distributed and stored in airports and other venues."
The ban will have a major impact on international e-cigarette manufacturers (such as Juul Labs and Philip Moris) because they have always wanted to expand into the Indian market. Juul Labs has even recruited local Indians to senior administrative positions in an effort to improve relations with the Indian government.
At present, there are more than 100 million adult glass pipes in India, and about 900,000 people die of tobacco-related diseases every year.
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