The All Pakistan Private School Federation (APPSF) has urged the Pakistan authorities to impose a strict ban on the sale of toy weapons, which it alleged was inflicting psychological issues in kids. Kashif Mirza, President of the All Pakistan Private School Federation (APPSF) on Friday demanded the Pakistan authorities to ban synthetic weapons within the nation, reported ARY News.
Further, he even insisted the federal government to take stringent actions towards their sale. According to Mirza, the sale and use of toy weapons are resulting in felony actions amongst Pakistani kids. He warned that kids who used to play with toy firearms are actually affected by many psychological repercussions.
The President of APPSF additionally attributed the rise in violence to the rising tendency of Pakistani children enjoying with toy weapons, reported Ary News. Kashif Mirza requested the upper authorities to impose a ban on toy firearms as quickly as potential and even inspired the laws to ban them as quickly as potential.
Earlier, within the 12 months 2017, the previous Karachi commissioner additionally penned a letter to the Sindh house division, requesting it to ban the sale of toy weapons. According to the previous Karachi commissioner, these synthetic weapons had been being utilized by avenue criminals and negatively impacting kids’s minds.
Post the ban, the Karachi police had carried out a sequence of crackdowns on the promoting of toy weapons within the metropolis, seizing hundreds of toy firearms and arresting numerous customers and merchants for promoting the unreal weapons, reported Ary News. The Sindh Assembly, within the 12 months 2015 had additionally handed a decision banning the manufacturing and sale of synthetic weapons.