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bahi jo banson petat hai wo gold leaf per aa jieay jo gold leaf per hai wo capston per aur jo capston per hai wo marvon per aa jieay ga , marvon wala beeri per aa jieay ga .. lakin quit koe ni karay ga .As an ex smoker, I can say cost was one of the major factors which made me quit
I am not sure what the stats are in Pakistan but in North America, people living near the poverty line and with lesser education tend to smoke at higher rates than the rest of the general population.As an ex smoker, I can say cost was one of the major factors which made me quit
Not sure where you have been, but this is a very common and typical tax levied on products that are considered sinful for the body. Excise tax on tobacco products, soft drinks, power drinks etc have been levied in the US since the 90s....and 2 years ago, it was introduced in the UAE with good results. Either it improves govt revenue, or it improves peoples health.Sin tax ?? is this for real ?? WTF !! Who decided it was a "Sin" to smoke a cigarette ?
IK needs to seriously review his team, I'm sure there are many snakes who's trying to take his Govt down the shit hole.
This reference of 'sin tax' is commonly used across the world for excise tax on tobacco, alcohol, power drinks, soft drinks etc. Its metaphorical, as using these things are 'sinful' to the body. They dont do any good, but provide temporary pleasure.Why involve religion in it? .