Karachi: Aerial Firing Banned on New Year’s Eve
The Government has put a ban on aerial firing on New Year’s Eve in Karachi.
According to the details, in order to ensure that no unfortunate incident or attack occurs in New Year, a strict security plan has been formulated by the Sindh Police.
Sindh Police have warned people against aerial firing, setting off fireworks, and one-wheeling.
Additional IGP Karachi Ghulam Nabi Memon, in this regard, advised all police officials to ensure special deployment in their respective areas including shopping centers and main markets for the safety of the public during the night.
The IGP further said that strict action will be taken against the violators. IGP has appealed the citizens to demonstrate responsibility in their attitude and behave like a member of civilized society. Traffic police will also coordinate with the city police to maintain law and order and control traffic on the occasion
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