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The Arms Act, 1959 is a comprehensive act of the parliament that defines arms and their acquisition, manufacture, license and much more. The crimes committed with a weapon causing harm can be tried under this act. This includes firearms, too. The punishment under this act includes imprisonment between three years to life imprisonment and a fine. Here, we take a look at the crimes conducted using firearms in recent years

Made with Flourish

Made with Flourish

Made with Flourish

Made with Flourish

Made with Flourish

Published on June 03, 2022

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