Court Stops 'Baja' Sales Before Independence Day
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In a proactive step to ensure a peaceful and enjoyable atmosphere throughout the ongoing Independence Day festivities, the Court of Judicial Magistrate Malir has taken decisive action. Concerns have been growing about the disturbance caused by excessive horn usage, prompting the court to impose a ban on the sale and purchase of ‘baja’ or horns within the city. I mean, I think we all can agree on how annoying they actually are.

This legal ruling highlights the significance of maintaining a comfortable environment for citizens as they celebrate the country’s Independence Day. Acting within the framework of Section 190(2) of the Penal Code, the court has instructed local law enforcement agencies to take necessary measures against individuals engaged in the trade and use of horns.

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Furthermore, the Station House Officers (SHOs) of Shrafi Goth and Sachal have been given clear instructions to diligently enforce this ban. The court’s directive emphasizes the importance of curbing the distribution and use of horns, especially during the ongoing celebratory period.

Over the past years, the unregulated blaring of horns and bugles has been a notable concern during Independence Day celebrations. The court’s intervention aims to alleviate the disruptions caused by the loud noise of horns, while also addressing the uncontrolled sale of these items. This move is intended to contribute to a more serene and enjoyable atmosphere for everyone during the Independence Day celebrations.

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