Railway Police Imposes Ban on Smoking at Trains, Railway Stations

Moreover, the ASI or higher officers of the railway police have been permitted to act under the law.

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In a welcoming move, the railway police have banned smoking at railway stations and trains.

According to a letter issued by the Inspector General of Railway Police, no individual will be allowed to smoke at any railway station and in any train across the country. The Ministry of National Health had recommended the ban under the Anti-Tobacco Ordinance 2002.

The ban will apply to vendors, waiters, hawkers, and coolies as well under the new order. Furthermore, strict action against the violators has also been directed.

According to the letter, train drivers, conductor guards, and waiting room managers will be responsible for enforcing the newly imposed ban.

Moreover, the ASI or higher officers of the railway police have been permitted to act under the law.

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