KARACHI: Sindh authorities have issued a notification on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, implementing Section 144 for a duration of three days.
As per the notification, several restrictions will be imposed to ensure public safety and order during the festive period.
During the specified period, a strict ban will be enforced on the possession and carrying of weapons. Individuals found in violation of this prohibition will face legal consequences. Furthermore, the unauthorized collection of animal skins is strictly prohibited, and prior permission must be obtained from the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioner to set up skin collection camps.
Additionally, the use of loudspeakers and display of flags on vehicles involved in the collection of skins will be prohibited. Any individual found forcefully collecting skins will be subject to immediate action by the authorities.
The notification further emphasizes that all concerned Station House Officers (SHOs) have been granted statutory powers to enforce the regulations effectively.
With the implementation of these measures, the Sindh government aims to ensure a peaceful and secure environment for the citizens to celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, while maintaining law and order throughout the region.