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India

22 April 2011

Times of India

CHANDIGARH - The Punjab government has decided to waive the requirement of two witnesses while applying for gun license, passport or government services and said self-attested forms will now be sufficient. The decision was announced in a meeting of field officers presided by principal secretary of Punjab DS Bains and Punjab director general of police (DGP) P S Gill. The decision was taken following the recommendation of Punjab Governance Reforms Commission (PGRC) and... (GunPolicy.org)

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