Spitting paan in open still common among Indians| Ghanti Bajao

03 Oct 2019 11:09 PM

Spitting paan in open still common among Indians| Ghanti Bajao

Updated 03 Oct 2019 11:09 PM

Despite ban on selling of paan masala, there is no end to spitting of paan masala in open. 
In Ludhiana, multiple cars were damaged after two groups pelted each other with stones following an altercation over spitting of paan at Chhawani Mohalla on late Tuesday night.
While the paan masala brand, Rajnigandha, has a market price printed on its sachet as Rs 17, it is sold at Rs 20 owing to the huge demand.
The Rajasthan government has announced a ban on sale of several pan masala products that contain magnesium carbonate, nicotine, tobacco, mineral oil and flavoured 'supari'. 

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