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Mobile courts have played a significant role in removing illegal cigarette advertisements at retail shops. Mobile courts also contribute to creating mass awareness. Smoking has been banned in most public places and public transport but lack of awareness hampers implementation. Running mobile courts increases awareness of the law and encourages people to respect it, contributing to creation of more smoke free places.
Though framing law is the duty of government, it is the duty of all to help in implementation. It is difficult for government alone to ensure proper compliance and enforcement. Mobile courts, supported by monitoring by NGOs to identify violations, serve as a useful device for law implementation in Bangladesh. They also can raise awareness that will increase compliance and thus make law enforcement easier and more successful.