Bhagvant Maan government is strict on the increasing gun culture in Punjab now if guns are shown in the songs it can be expensive

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Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann

Songs from the Punjabi music industry often get into controversy for flaunting guns. The songs are also surrounded by the growing gun culture in the state of Punjab. Now the Bhagwant Mann government has taken many big steps to curb the growing gun culture in the state. Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has issued strict orders regarding the possession and display of guns.

In the order issued by the government, it has been said that the gun will not be displayed online or offline. Songs that glorify weapons or violence will be strictly prohibited. Apart from this, all the arms licenses issued so far will be reviewed within three months. Any licenses found to be unnecessary after review can be revoked.

License will be given only after the recommendation of DM

According to the order issued by the government, no new license will be given to any person unless the DM personally recommends it. Apart from this, firing at a wedding or other events will be considered a crime. A case will be registered against the violators of the rules and strict action will be taken.

CM had warned singers earlier also

Along with this, raids will be conducted from time to time to check gun culture. Along with this, if someone does hate speech against any community, then the police will take strict action against him as well. Let us tell you that in May itself, Chief Minister Mann had warned those singers who used to talk about weapons or guns in their songs. He had condemned the gun culture in Punjab and asked people not to try to stir up enmity and violence in the society through his songs.

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