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Sindh Impose Two Months Ban Show of Weapons

KARACHI: The Sindh Home Department on Tuesday announced to impose ban show of weapons across the province for 60 days.

Throughout this period, Eid ul Adha, local bodies elections phase 1 and 2 would take place. According to the statement allotted in this regard, Section 144 imposed by the Home Department on display of weapon.

“Since Eid ul Adha is approaching, so weapons should not be displayed,” said the Home Department.

On the other hand, Senior Land and Anti Encroachment Director Bashir Siddiqui propelled a crackdown on plastic bags in different markets of Karachi’s district South.

On directive of Administrator Karachi Murtaza Wahab.

Thousands of plastic bags removed from different shops.

The senior director cautioned shopkeepers that their shops sealed if again plastic bags found in their shops and legal action also taken.

In the interim, health experts have organized an advisory for protection from the Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF), also known as Congo virus, ahead of Eid-ul-Adha.

The National Institute of Health (NIH), Islamabad, has organized the special advisory to provide information to medical professionals and general public.

The prospect of the infection surges throughout Eid-ul-Adha due to countrywide transportation of cattle and increased human contact with animals.

“In the wake of high disease transmission and risk due to anticipated increased human-animal’s interaction during upcoming Eid-ul-Azha, it is imperative to be vigilant about the situation and take necessary steps to interrupt the transmission of CCHF,” the advisory said.

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