Haryana Banned Mixing Liquid Nitrogen in Drinks and Food items

banned mixing Liquid nitrogen in drinks

Haryana government yesterday on 29th July ordered a banned mixing liquid nitrogen in drinks or in any food items under the food safety and standards act,2006.

The decision was taken after observing an incident which happened this month with a business man form Delhi. The person was hospitalised after drinking a cocktail mixed with nitrogen. The doctors said that his condition was so critical that his stomach opened like an open book with the effect.

Why Liquid nitrogen is used?

Liquid Nitrogen is having low temperature, it is used in the bars and pubs, mixed with drinks to make it cool and also to generate smoky effect. As it has evaporating properties, it expands.

How it acts inside human body?

Due to its evaporating properties, the gas expands in the stomach and can burst. It can serious internal damages like injuring inner tissues of mouth and body.

Haryana is the north Indian state of the country. It is surrounded by Delhi from three sides and came into existence in 1st November,1966. Earlier it was the part of Punjab.

Mr. Manohar Lal Khattar is current Chief minister of Haryana. Kaptan Singh Solanki is Governor of the state. It is well known as the land of Athletes and sports persons like Vijender singh, Saina Nehwal and Saksi Malik.

Population: 27.76 Million
Capital- Chandigarh (Shared with Punjab)

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