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License holders asked to change their automatic weapons till Jan 31.


Deputy commissioner Muhammad Saif

Anwar said on Thursday the Punjab government had ordered to

suspend all the licenses of automatic weapons of prohibited

bore and urged the people to either get their weapons changed

from arms certified dealers or manufacturers or deposit them

with the government against cash payment.

In a press release issued here, the DC said that people holding

licenses of automatic weapons of prohibited bore should replace

these weapons by non-automatic weapons from certified arms

dealers or manufacturers. Or, they can also deposit their

automatic weapons with the government against cash payment i.e

Rs 50,000 in case of automatic weapon of prohibited bore and

Rs 20,000 in case of automatic gun.

License holders of district Muzaffargarh can deliver their

automatic weapons to the office of deputy commissioner. The DC

said that all the licenses of automatic weapons of prohibited

bore would be cancelled after January 31, 2018.

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Publication:Daily the Pak Banker (Lahore, Pakistan)
Date:Jan 18, 2018
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