Now Travelers from Pakistan are not allowed to bring Naswar with them.
Naswar is a form of smokeless tobacco that is commonly used in some parts of Asia, including Pakistan and Afghanistan According to the Anti-Narcotics Force, Naswar has been included on the list of prohibited substances under the new law in all Arab countries in the Middle East.
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Naswar has been added to the list of illegal narcotics under the new law across all Arab nations in the Middle East.
Anyone found in possession of Naswar will reportedly be charged with an offence and subject to severe punishment under the new rule, according to ANF.
All airports have received instructions from ANF in this regard, and written instructions have also been posted for the benefit of travellers.
The restriction would apply to all airport personnel, including the CAA department, according to a CAA notification. According to the CAA letter, any employee found eating gutka and naswar on airport property will face harsh punishment.
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