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College of Veterinary Science. ? in fact,required The panel had recommended to the Health Ministry that the decision on increasing pictorial warning on tobacco packets from 40 per cent to 85 per cent be kept in abeyance Dilip Gandhi chairman of the Parliamentary committee on subordinate legislation had said that no studies had been conducted in India to prove any link between smoking andcancer Another MP and member of the committee S C Gupta who owns a bidi business had written to the committee saying bidis have very little tobacco and are therefore not harmful Share This Article Related Article Modi called Nadda during the lunch break on the opening day of the BJP’s national executive and asked him to explain the background of the controversy Sources said Nadda made a brief presentation and summarised the issue Modi then asked Nadda to appoint a high-level committee that would make recommendations for the government to act on Meanwhile voicing disagreement with the panel’s view BJP MP Chandulal Sahu said “Former health minister Dr Harsh Vardhan had brought the notification increasing the size of the pictorial warning from 40 per cent to 85 per cent I had been in favour of that but they said they would take a call after talking to some experts There is no doubt that tobacco is harmful” BJD MP Jhina Hakaka said “Tobacco is harmful and 85 per cent warnings should be given the go-ahead” P P Chaudhry BJP MP from Rajasthan said “In my opinion not only should there be bigger warnings but tobacco should be banned But the committee has to decide on the basis of evidence not my personal opinion If the evidence shows that bigger warnings are not needed we have to take that call” Chaudhry said However many who were on the panel still continued to echo Gandhi and Gupta’s stand “Forty per cent pictorial warnings are enough There are more than four lakh workers who depend on this There is no reason to increase the size The decision of the committee was unanimous” BJP MP from Assam Ram Prasad Sarmah said Birendra Kumar Chaudhry BJP MP from Bihar said “There is no doubt tobacco is harmful But is is also true that there are cancer patients who have never consumed it in their lives I think 40 per cent warning is enough I do not want poor workers to lose their livelihood” BJP MP Narendra Keshav Sawaikar said “The deliberations of the committee are still on It is an ongoing process nothing has been finalised yet” The committee is due to meet again on April 6 Recommendations of the committee are not binding on the Health Ministry former MoS (health) Dinesh Trivedi of the Trinamool Congress explained “Only the health minister not even the ministry has the authority to keep the earlier notification in abeyance The committee has no power because this was done under a law that was passed unanimously by the Parliament” he said Congress MP Sushmita Deb said “This government has been talking about promoting yoga and when it comes to smoking it just did a somersault” The Congress also pushed for the removal of Gupta from the Parliamentary panel For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: June 13 2017 5:29 am Yogi Adityanath greets Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Monday PTI Top News Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath who has to become a member of the state legislature by September 18 to remain in the CM’s post is likely to continue as an MP from Gorakhpur till the Presidential election gets over in July-end said BJP sources Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya w ho is still holding the post of an MP from Phulpur is expected to do the same as per sources The BJP-led government completes three months next week and its MLAs who are also electors in the presidential elections are also unlikely to vacate their seats till July end Even as a number of BJP MLAs have offered to vacate their seats for Adityanath there is little clarity about which seat he will contest or if he will choose the route of Legislative Council like his two predecessors Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav Besides Adityanath and Maurya Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma Minister of State (Independent Charge) Swatantra Dev Singh and MoS Mohsin Raza are also not members of the state legislature While one seat of Legislative Council is vacant the four ministers will have to contest an election unless the party asks a few of its eight MLCs to vacate their seats BJP spokesperson Chandra Mohan said the party’s central parliamentary board will take the decision on which seats will be contested by these leaders and whether they will become members of Legislative Council or the Legislative Assembly Vipin Singh MLA from Gorakhpur Rural Fateh Bahadur Singh MLA from Campierganj in Gorakhpur and Ved Prakash Gupta MLA from Ayodhya are among the BJP legislators who have offered to vacate their seats if the chief minister is willing to contest from their seats Party sources said that Adityanath will prefer to get elected as an MLA from a seat in Gorakhpur district to continue his association with the district that is home to Gorakhnath Peeth and also to keep his focus on eastern UP Vipin Singh said he has made the offer and the final decision is to be taken by the chief minister and the party “I became an MLA with his blessings I will consider myself lucky if he chooses to contest from my seat” he said The MLA said the area around Gorakhnath Peeth whose head priest is Adityanath falls in Gorakhpur Sadar as well as Gorakhpur Rural seat and the latter has been under the influence of the Peeth for long Fateh Bahadur son of former chief minister Veer Bahadur Singh said he has made his offer and will be ready to vacate his seat if Adityanath decides to contest from there MLA Ved Prakash Gupta echoed similar sentiments “I was asked a question a few days ago I said I will be happy to leave my seat if the CM wants to contest from Ayodhya He is the CM and can contest from any seat” he said Radha Mohan Das Agarwal four-time MLA from Gorakhpur Sadar said it is upto the chief minister to decide from which seat he is going to contest “When four MLAs have offered to vacate their seats it is up to the party and Yogiji to take a decision The party organisation has to take a decision on the selection of the seat” he said Party sources said the MLAs offering their seats are also hopeful of being considered for contesting the by-election on Gorakhpur Lok Sabha seat once Adityanath vacates it Maurya had won as an MLA from Sirathu seat of Kaushambi district in 2012 before becoming an MP two years later The seat is currently held by Shitla Prasad alias Pappu Patel Prasad said there has been no discussion on the matter but the choice of party and Maurya will be final For Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma any urban seat from Lucknow is being seen as suitable as he has been active in the city during most of his political career For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 2 2017 8:40 pm Hrithik Roshan will soon be collaborating with Vikash Bahl for Super 30 Related News Actor Hrithik Roshan who will be seen as Patna-based mathematician Anand Kumar in a biopic titled Super 30 says it’s an exciting role as teachers are the stars in everyone’s lives The biopic which is being helmed by Vikas Bahl will showcase the life of the mathematician who trains 30 deserving economically backward students for IIT-JEE — the entrance exams of IIT — each year with a commendable success rate “I am very excited because I am on the heels of doing a very inspiring film called Super 30” Hrithik said here on the sideline of the Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards 2017 on Friday “I feel one of the most glamorous thing and the biggest stars we have in our life are our teachers because they educate and help in progress of human species” he added One of the stylish stars of Bollywood Hrithik was asked about his personal style statement and whom he looks up to as a style icon He said: “It’s a difficult question because I feel I don’t have a personal style statement “I look up to people for other things and not necessarily for style I think what inspires me and what I find very stylish is confidence I feel confidence is one thing that comes from your accomplishments and accomplishments come from hard work So in short if you work hard you will eventually look stylish” said Hrithik Hrithik Roshan’s last big screen outing was Sanjay Gupta’s Kaabil with Yami Gautam (With inputs from IANS) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asked Health Minister J P Nadda to appoint a high-level committee to study the issue and submit a report at the earliest. So the one hour we get every year should be a time to close our eyes and reflect on the grave challenges we as humans pose to the Earth due to our actions. “We went to buy vegetables from the mandi,mostly embarrassing as they are personal in nature." [See Prusiner’s Article, Prasad said the so-called “honest and clean defence minister” had actually become a symbol of “inaction and indecision”. He said it was important to release this chargesheet before the BJP manifesto on April 7 to “remind people of UPA’s past”.

Deputy Director, “Hemaram Jat had been picked up for questioning. Applauding the victim for her courage, had filed the anticipatory bail application on July 25, Despite several attempts, he can return to the House from Bihar if RJD chief Lalu Prasad chooses to support him during the biennial polls. It’s a game to win 5-1 or 6-1 and we won 3-2. became “the victims of terrorism”. skill development and providing jobs, (File Photo) Related News India has topped the list of people living abroad at 17 million with about 5 million Indians residing in the Gulf region alone.

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