Tobacco smoking in Pakistan is legal, but under certain circumstances is banned. The habit is mostly found in the youth of Pakistan and in farmers, and is thought to be responsible for various health problems and deaths in the country. Smoking produces many health problems in smokers. According to some surveys, 40% of males and 8% of females are regular smokers. Pakistan has the highest counsumption of tobacco in South Asia.
Effects on health 
Lung cancer in Pakistan is caused directly by tobacco in 90% of cases. It claims lives of 100,000 people every year.
Smoking fashion 
28% of youths in Islamabad are addicted to tobacco smoking. It has become fashionable for students to smoke Hookah in Hookah lounges.
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