NAUSHAHRO FEROZE, June 7: Three shops of arms and ammunition were sealed by the first judicial magistrate of Moro on Thursday on charge of sale of prohibited bore arms.

Judicial Magistrate-I Sohail Ahmed Mashori raided arms and ammunition shops and ordered sealing of three shops belonging to Mohammad Ali and brothers, Miandad Loond arms and ammunition dealer and one other person.

The magistrate raided shops in presence of reporters and found that over 200 automatic, semi-automatic arms were lying in shops. On query, shopkeepers said they had licence/permission from the home department for purchase of arms from Bara Market and licence for sale. But they could not show permissions.

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