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sharif5


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Subject : When GUKTA use will be banned
I want to drawn attention of Chief Minister and Governor of Sind what reason Sindh government still do not make decision to banned the use of GUKTA.

Those who using GUKTA one see his teeth THAN realized how is dirty but does not care teeth but always remain hungry to eat GUKTA, but never feel shameful for spitting in public place, road and street but the said GENTLEMAN never dare to spit own his flat or office premises.

Those who eat GUKTA and spit are consider worse than animal and no value in the society and always mouth is fill of GUKTA PROBLEM TO TALK but they feel pleasure to eat till they do come across some major diseases after that no cure will be helpful.

Any one watch the street, road and public place un-educated people do not shy to spit and keep dirty the specific area but Govt look helpless or no courage to banned the GUKTA. I am giving example of SNGAPORE where a citizen eat chewing gum on road he has to pay fine Singapore Dollar 50 during 2000, But you citizen no sincere and royal to keep own city neat and clean plus Govt do not taking any action again those who spitting GUKTA and make city more dirty.

According to medical point of view the use of GUKTA use is full of hazards but those who are using never realized how dangerous and what price one has to pay.

Thanking You

Yours faithfully


( Ashfaq Sharif )


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Posted on December, 27 2016 08:38:47 PM


FarhanHassan


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Gutkha is another name for betel nut. Small doses
may bring about euphoria and increased energy
flow, while large doses can cause sedation,
according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Due to its stimulant activity, gutkha is used in many
areas of the world as a recreational drug. However, guthka, which is usually chewed, does have some
side effects.

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Posted on December, 29 2016 08:32:19 AM

FarhanHassan


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Betel nut has potentially carcinogenic constituents,
according to the NIH. Long-term use can cause oral
submucous fibrosis, a condition that makes it
difficult to open the mouth. It can also lead to pre-
cancerous lesions in the mouth and a cancer called
squamous cell carcinoma. Regular use also may increase risk for other mouth cancers, as well as
cancers of the liver, cervix, stomach, prostate and
lung. Other acute effects can include rapid
heartbeat, low blood pressure and worsening of
asthma.

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Posted on December, 29 2016 08:33:37 AM

FarhanHassan


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Some people report breathing problems after using
gutkha, according to the NIH. Some people
experience wheezing and an increased breathing
rate. While no documented allergic reactions exist
in scientific literature, people who have allergies to
other members of the Palmaceae, or palm, family theoretically may experience reactions to gutkha.

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Posted on December, 29 2016 08:34:40 AM

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