Strict Penalties for E-cigarette Usage in India, Turkey, and Dubai

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Strict Penalties for E-cigarette Usage in India, Turkey, and Dubai
According to Abnews, India, Turkey, and Dubai have imposed strict fines for the use of e-cigarettes, ranging from 12,000 to 112,000 rubles.

According to a report by Abnews, travel experts have pointed out that India, Turkey, and Dubai have all implemented stringent fines for the use of e-cigarettes.


According to reports, the use of e-cigarettes in these countries is subject to fines of up to 112,000 rubles. For instance, in Turkey, fines for using e-cigarettes can reach up to 12,000 rubles, while in India, the penalty amount can be as high as 112,000 rubles. Repeat offenders may even face imprisonment.


In Dubai, despite the lifting of a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes in 2009, their usage remains strictly prohibited, with potential fines reaching up to 50,000 dirhams.


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