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Pakistan. 1965 ‘Prohibition of Keeping, Carrying, or Displaying Arms.’ Pakistan Arms Ordinance 1965 (W.P. Ord. XX of 1965); Section 11B. Islamabad: Central Government of Pakistan. 8 June

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11B. Prohibition of Keeping, Carrying, or Displaying Arms

(1) The Federal Government may, and if so directed by the Federal Government, the Provincial Government shall, by general or special order, prohibit the keeping, carrying or display of arms at such places or times or on such occasions as may be specified in the order.

(2) In particular, and without prejudice to the generality of sub-section (1), an order issued thereunder may prohibit—
(a) the keeping of arms within the premises of educational institutions and the premises of the hostels or boarding and lodging houses relating or affiliated thereto; and
(b) the carrying or display of arms at fairs or in gatherings or processions of a political, religious, ceremonial or sectarian character or in the premises of Courts of law or public offices.

(3) Any person keeping, carrying or displaying any arms in contravention of an order issued under sub-section (1) may be disarmed by the magistrate, police officer or other person empowered by Government in this behalf.

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