In India, we do not laugh with the e-cigarette! A few days ago, the police raided a company that advertised "software" online and actually offered vaping products. 18 people were arrested by the police and the tobacco control unit of Noida district.
This week, eighteen people were arrested after a police raid on a company illegally selling e-cigarettes. It operated as a "software" company but was in fact trading vaping products online.
The pink post was discovered during a joint search by the city administration of Noida, the police and the tobacco control cell following information obtained by the magistrate of the city, Shailendra Mishra.
BrainPulse Technology operated from the first floor of a building and presented itself as a company offering software but during the search, it turned out that it used the Internet portal "Lovelite.in" to make the illegal sale of e-cigarettes.
Piyush Kumar, a police officer states, " Their stocks were checked and we seized a huge amount of e-cigarettes and remittance slips". Indeed, in a room at the back of the office, the police discovered e-cigarettes and a huge amount of nicotine products.
According to the police officer Eighteen people were arrested on the spot, but the owner of the company was not there and research is under way to find him".