Kanpur Metro took this strict decision regarding those who consume gutkha and tobacco

 The name of Kanpur is famous all over the country due to many things. These include Thuggu Ke Laddu, Badnaam Kulfi, and Green Park stadium, leather industry, etc. Apart from this, there is a style of Kanpur and people's paan masala is in the discussion. It is said about the people here that when they fill gutkha in their mouth, their taste remains different. Just a few days ago, the match was going on at Green Park Stadium and the video of a man-eating gutkha went viral on social media.


Let us tell you that there are a good number of gutkha factories in Kanpur and the people here do not like to eat gutkha even less. Whatever happens, if gutkha has been put in the mouth, then the people of Kanpur do not spit it out. Now that the metro is operating in Kanpur, famous comedian Vikas Giri has shared a video on the microblogging app Ku, alerting the residents of Kanpur and writing the caption that those spitting after eating gutka in Kanpur metro beware!

Gutkha eaters will not get entry into the station:  On the other hand, Kanpur Metro has taken a strict decision regarding those who consume paan-masala, gutkha, and tobacco and has said that any passenger consuming these products will not be allowed to go inside the station. Won't be allowed. Initially, people will be made aware by stopping, and later fines will also be imposed. UP Metro Managing Director Kumar Keshav says that it is everyone's responsibility to keep the station beautiful.

PM Modi inaugurated Kanpur Metro: Let us tell you that on December 28, 2021, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has started the first section of the Kanpur Metro Rail Project costing 11 thousand crores. During this, PM Modi traveled by metro rail. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath was also present with him. Let us inform you that the civil construction work of the track and station of Kanpur Metro was started by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on 15 November 2019 and now the metro is ready for passenger services after exactly two years and 43 days.