Friday, November 13, 2015

Why my government is killing me by cigarette?

Although it’s a known fact that we do not trust our leaders and this matter of doubt has been increasing with every new government. Most of the Indians believe that they are first class citizens who are availing third class treatment. Apart from inefficiencies and insufficient resources we also live in a dangerous environment, the environment and the life which is adulterated and harmful. It’s killing us but as we all know that political leaders consider money above humanity. There are many things which are not only harmful to nature but also to mankind but still our leaders are silent and ignorant about it. Most common thing which is being produced in abundance is cigarette and tobacco. These items have proved to be dangerous to nature as well as to humans. The biggest problem with the usage of cigarette is that the one who smokes it affects himself as well as others in the most dangerous way. It’s like being punished for the crime which you have not done. 

Cancer is the most awful disease which can happen to you but surprisingly this cancer causing commodity is welcomed happily as it brings lot of revenue and taxes for the government. The government can ban noodles completely from the market but cannot apply the same ban to the commodity which is causing cancer. This proves that money is above humans.

“Smoking is injuries to health, it causes cancer”

Do you think this one slogan is enough to stop this?

Why government is risking people’s lives? Is money and revenue important more than people of India?

Every year hospitals are flooded with patients who are suffering from cancer and most of the people are deprived of right treatment due to shortage of money. They get early grave as reward as this killing commodity is never taken away from the market. Government and political leaders have excuse that this is what people want but they forget the fact that there are only a specific percentage of people who are addicted to smoking but the rest of the country which includes millions of mango people are also suffering the consequences because of some percentage of cigarette addicted people.

Drugs are illegal in India as they kill people slowly but cigarettes which are killing people through painful cancer is welcomed as the money government get in their treasures is far more important than the people of India.

Cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 chemicals, including 43 known cancer-causing (carcinogenic) compounds and 400 other toxins. These cigarette ingredients include nicotine, tar, and carbon monoxide, as well as formaldehyde, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, arsenic, and DDT. Nicotine is highly addictive. Smoke containing nicotine is inhaled into the lungs, and the nicotine reaches your brain in just six seconds.

Putting on no smoking boards and highlighting that old one line slogan is not a solution to this problem. As apart from regional smoking bans and public smoking bans cigarette is causing severe damage to the people of India. It’s time to put complete ban on cigarette which means banning the production and manufacturing of cigarettes. It’s important to take this crucial step no matter how much the smoke addicts cry as putting the whole country on risk for some stupid habit is the biggest murder our leaders can do.

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