New Delhi: Come June 1 and cigarette packets and tobacco products will carry a new set of pictorial health warnings, an NGO said on Wednesday. Binoy Matthew of Voluntary Health Association of India (VHAI), an NGO said: "The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on March 5 notified the new pictorial health warnings which will be implemented on all tobacco products from June 1."
"The pictorial warnings on tobacco products were enforced on May 31 last year. However, they were found to be ineffective. Further, the rules mandate that the pictorial warnings should be rotated every 12 months - thus the new warnings which shows a picture of oral cancer, will be implemented in June," Matthew said. IANS
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