First Name
Last Name
Organization
State
Country
Comments
R.SOWMYA
MACT
TAMILNADU
INDIA
R.PRIYDHARSHINI
MACT
TAMILNADU
INDIA
DEVA
MACT
TAMIL NADU
INDIA
V HARIDHRRA
MACT
Tamil nadu
India
Dr. Vijaya Bharathi
Rangarajan
canstop
tamil nadu
india
I strongly endorse the above demands as they are very crucial for the tobacco elimination.
dona
karl marx
smoking and drinking
tamil nadu
India
Band smoking and drinking
Bhavani
Prabhakar
Madras Christian College
Tamil Nadu
India
Shame on the supporters! Stop the crap!
simon
jeyakumar
TRUE Trust
tamilnadu
india
We need to CHASE OUT the tobacco industries from India
Susan
Samson
Faith Foundation
Gujarat
India
All support extended. Lets make it by the people, of the people, for the people
Manpreet
Arora
Generation Saviour Association
Punjab
India
Opinder
Arora
Generation Saviour Association
Punjab
India
Vivek
Awasthi
UPVHA
Uttar Pradesh
India
I am pleased to be part of this campaign and to contribute
Ushakant
Shah
Karunakare Foundation
Gujarat
India
DEBARSHI
CHATTERJEE
Kuttitola Human Welfare Society,Malda
West Bengal
India
Need to join in the campaign hand to hand,spreading the initiative to other Organization those are attached with us....
harshita
seth
garima
uttar pradesh
india
Tapan
Chattopadhyay
UTI AMC LTD
WB
INDIA
I fully agree and support
VANDANA
GUPTA
V CARE FOUNDATION
MAHARASTRA
INDIA
Parimal
Ghosh
Cancer Care India
Delhi
India
We all should join hands and make 'Chase Out Killer Tobacco' an effective global movement.
Lakshmi
Mehta
SRKPS
Bihar
India
These killer tobacco industries are the major barriers to the development of India especially to the youth section. If we want change, we must have to take stand now.
Rajan
Choudhary
Shikshit Rojgar Kendra Prabandhak Samiti (SRKPS)
Rajasthan
India
This is a very sensitive issue to work upon and we as a civil society organization are working since last 20 years on this issue. We are in great support with this campaign. Hoping for best results.
Sudha
Murgai
Roko Cancer Charitable Trust
Delhi
India
We must all get together and make our actions loud and clear.The politicians and the tobacco industry must not allowed to take part in the policy making.We must take joint decisions and have strong support.Let not the tobacco industry play with the health of the public.
Vasanthkumar
Mysoremath
Anti-Tibacco Forum
Karnataka
India
Nirmalya
Mukherjee
MANT
West Bengal
India
We fully support the movement keeping in mind the West Bengal Scenario. Let there be no interference from Tobacco industry and health of people be foremost important to all concerned.
Binoy
Mathew
Voluntary Health Association of India
Delhi
India
Lets not fall in the trap of Tobacco Industry and Lets protect our citizens of our country
BRENDA
CHITINDI
TOBACCO-FREE ASSOCIATION OF ZAMBIA
Lusaka
Zambia
TOBACCO INDUSTRY STOP INTERFERING WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF FCTC IN COUNTRIES.
komolini
devi
Public Health Department
Manipur
India
let us join hands together to uproot killer tobacco from our universe
Sundar
c
Cancer Institute (WIA)
Tamil Nadu
India
Dr.vasudev
Trivedi
PDPU
Gujarat
India
Tobacco adiction should be inhibited from the grassroot level from the society.
sushila
Rathod
Pandit Deendayal Petroleu University,Gandhinagar
Gujarat
India
Stop Tobacco...stop cancer.....death due to oral cancer in India is on no.1 due to chewing product.Lung cancer is on top in other countries due to smoking.
PRASANNA
KANNAN
STATE TOBACCO CONTROL CELL
TAMILNADU
INDIA
H.THAMIZH
chelvan
Indian dental association
Tamilnadu
India
MADAN KUMAR
BHATTACHARJEE
Siliguri Sumita Cancer RElief Welfare & Educational Society ( known as Sumita Cancer Society)
West Bengal
India
Inc rise high rate on tobacco & tobacco product. Alternative job for the people who are engage in this industries.
Angelin
MGC COLLEGE.
Tamil nadu
INDIA
Nothing the people gain in consuming tobacco.
Dont lead a stupid life,
And tobacco companies are responsible for the death of everyperSon consumes tobacco.They are real sinners,playing in others life.
Government should take necessary step against this.
Jesuin
Bose
MSSW
Tamil Nadu
India
nivedha
km
madras school of social work
tamil nadu
india
amutha
Thomas
mact
tamil nadu
india
I support this campaign.
alagiakoorhan
selvappalam
freelance sound designer
tamilnadu
india
Tobacco is a killer, government must ban this killer.
srini
vasan
student ma dm . at mssw egmore
tamil nadu
india
Am against which against environment.
ranga
raj
mssw
Tamil Nadu
India
Tilsy
Esther
-
Tamilnadu
India
Please stop tobacco
George William
Arul Doss
HCL Technologies
Tamil Nadu
India
“Smoking kills. If you're killed, you've lost a very important part of your life.”
vikash
christy
loyola college chennai
tamilnadu
india
make change
PRISEELA
ANGELINE
TCS
Tamilnadu
INDIA
Tobacco tobacco
Milton
samsunder
MSSW
Tamilnadu
India
Rakesh
Gupta
Rajasthan Cancer Foundation, Jaipur
Rajasthan
India
We consider it as a just proposal until its Endgame eventually!
Kayvin
Prince
Mssw
Tamilnadu
India
Palanivelayutham
sivasubramanian
PV gears
Tamil nadu
India
I support your campaign
Nilima
Sharma
Faculty in a medical college
New Delhi
India
Wishing full support and success to this movement.
Ulysses
Dorotheo
Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance
Philippines
Protect healt, not profits
MERITA
MGC COLLEGE.
Tamil nadu
INDIA
Let us say NO to tobacco for ever.
sunita
gupta
Indian Cancer society Delhi
Delhi
India
This would be a great step to tobacco free world
Pankajalakshmi
Namasivaya
Private
Tamil Nadu
India
All tobacco industry have to be closed no matter what.
G.C.
Mathur
Binty
Delhi
India
Shri Shyama Charan Gupta is an interesting party on the Parliamentary Standing Committee along with others from the same flock. The political leadership of the day must take them away. Pictorial warning as notified must be implemented without further delay.
Sivanandam
S
Software Professional
Tamil Nadu
India
I support this great movement
Ch
Narendra
Human Rights Society
Telangana
India
vidhubala
E
Cancer Institute
Tamilnadu
India
dr.chandragupta
sharath
dr.gupta's dental specialities centre
tamilnadu
india
Chase out tobacco industry
Andrew Sesuraj
Murray
Madras School of Social Work
Tamil Nadu
India
Let us insulate the health policies from any influence from vested interests. Lets CHASE OUT the tobacco industries and the related diseases.
Nand Kishore
Nautiyal
journalist writer
maharashtra
india
Ban tobaco at all stages. Enact propagation of tobaco also criminal act with severe punishment.
Regina
MACT
Tamil Nadu
India
Protect public health policies from the interference of tobacco industries
reema
mathew
Al Khor international school
Al khor
qatar
Tobacco kills. We want a killer free society for us and our kids.
Dr.Balaji
Naidu
Coimbatore Cancer Foundation
Tamil Nadu
India
We join our hands together with you!!
sathish
sekar
mcc
tamil nadu
india
All types of tobacco should be strictly banned ...
Cyril
Alexander
TNPFTC
Tamilnadu
India
Eliminating tobacco industry from participating in policy making
Harmala
Gupta
CanSupport
Delhi
India
Health policy must be kept free of vested interests; no where is this more important than when it comes to tobacco.
Amit
Yadav
HRIDAY
Delhi
India
Surendran
Cancer Institute
Tamil Nadu
India
I strongly oppose tobacco industry's interference either directly or indirectly in health care policies.
Rahul
Dwivedi
Citizen News Service - CNS
Uttar Pradesh
India
We do require a mechanism to permanently firewall public health policies from tobacco industry interference.
RITA
BANIK
RACE to rein-in-cancer
MUMBAI
INDIA
The team of RACE to rein-in-cancer joins hands with all in our war against tobacco as we all are united in our war against cancer
Bobby
Ramakant
Socialist Party (India)
UP
India
Tobacco industry and all its allies must not be allowed to interfere in health and development policy making - they must be held accountable for mountainous loss to life and health they have caused despite knowing well that their product kills.
Vikram
Raghav
CHEER (Center for Health Education & Entrepreneurship Reform) and Tobacco Free Rajasthan
Rajasthan
India
Certainly there is no acche din without taking strong and compulsory steps for tobacco control, tobacco is the biggest preventable cause of diseases and deaths. We strongly recommend for following initial actions :
Eliminating tobacco industry from participating in policy making
• National and State Governments to bring guidelines to implement Art 5.3 of FCTC
• Creating code of conduct which is aligned to Art. 5.3 for all elected members and government employees
Mira
Aghi
Free Lance
Delhi
India
I agree. It is time to involve the common man in the street amd let see for himelf what is going on. They must know who are making decisions on their health.