Tobacco goods worth over $13,000 seized from shop in southern India

Officials in Andhra Pradesh, southern India, seized tobacco goods worth over $13,000USD from a shop. Footage from June 5 shows police entering the shop in Kanchikacherla where dozens of boxes containing chewable tobacco were found. The goods were found out to be worth $13,671. In 2013 the state's government imposed a ban on chewable tobacco products.

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