New Zealand government has come up with an effective and smart plan to discourage cigarette smoking. According to this new plan, pictorial warnings would replace textual warnings on cigarette packets that will cover 30 percent of the front of very cigarette packet and 90 percent of the rear area of the packet.
Diseased lungs, rotting gums, teeth and gangrenous toes would carry these pictorial warnings. The health officials are confident that this new strategy would get through in discouraging smoking.
However, some experts are nourishing the belief that producers of cigarettes are clever enough and they will seek out a way to tackle this challenge too.
But I am confident that the new strategy of pictorial warning will at least compel a smoker to think about the consequences before smoking.