Nirmala Sitharaman said e-cigarettes were being banned

Nirmal Sitharaman said On Wednesday e-cigarettes were banned because they increased the risk of smoking children.

  • 20th Sep 2019

Finance Minister Nirmal Sitharaman denied Kiran Mazumdar Shaw until he wondered why the cabinet-approved ban on e-cigarettes had not been announced by the Minister of Health. The chair of the leading Biocon in the industry asked other questions, such as B. Why has the Minister of Finance not announced any steps to revive the economy.

It began with Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, who commented on Twitter this morning: "E-cigarettes are forbidden, said Finance Minister Nirmal Sitharaman - shouldn't that come from the Minister of Health, how about disposing of buckets?"
Nirmal Sitharaman responded with a series of tweets and stated that he had made this announcement after a cabinet meeting as chair of a group of ministers.

"Kiran J, a few things." This press conference was about the cabinet's decision, and I was first to present as chair of the Directorate General, Dr. "Harsh Vardhan left the country to be an international meeting," the Finance Minister said.

"The Cabinet Minister joined the Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Prakash Javadekar, and the Minister of Health also explained the details to me, as you know, this is the protocol that follows the government press conference."

Ms. Sitharaman concluded by remembering that she spoke "regularly about actions" for the economy. "As Minister of Finance, you may notice that I work regularly and talk about the steps we are taking for the economy," he wrote.

Responding to Minister of Finance Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, he said, "Now I understand and correct." Thank you for clarifying my confusion, I am truly grateful for your response. "
On September 18, Ms. Sitharaman said e-cigarettes were banned because they increased the risk of children's smoking.
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