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Shimla trader fined Rs.1 lakh for storing tobacco products

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Shimla(IANS) , 13 Feb 2014

A local trader was fined Rs.1 lakh for storing banned tobacco-based products, an official said Thursday.Shimla Municipal Corporation health official Omesh Bharti fined the trader after five bags of gutka (tobacco-laced areca nut pieces) and 5,300 pouches of pan masala were seized from him.He has been fined under the Food Safety and Standards Act of 2006.The government Oct 2, 2012, imposed a complete ban in the state on the sale, storage, manufacture and distribution of tobacco-based products.Last year, three local traders were fined Rs.1 lakh each for the same offence.

 

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