Ban imposed on display of arms at public places

Sindh News

After the targeted killing of Maulana Adil Khan of Jamia Farooqui in Karachi, display of arms at public places was banned. 

According to media reports, a police spokesman said that steps were being taken to ensure the rule of law. Displaying of any weapons at public places in the city has been banned.

Police said legal action will also be taken against plainclothes gunmen. 

Restrictions on the display of licensed weapons at public places will apply. 

On the other hand, according to a police spokesman, displaying weapons is a crime and laws have been enacted to prevent it.

A campaign against the display of weapons will be launched in the city this week, he added. 

It may be recalled that Maulana Adil Khan was targeted and martyred in Shah Faisal Colony area of Karachi yesterday. No arrests have been made. 

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