Shopkeepers Asked Not To Sell Uniforms Of Forces To Civilians

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Srinagar- The Jammu and Kashmir police on Tuesday requested shopkeepers and tailors to not sell or stitch uniforms of Police and security forces to any civilians except those carrying valid identity cards.

In a tweet Srinagar police wrote, “In view of reported misuse, all Cloth/Garment sellers, Tailors etc. are requested not to sell Police/CAPF/army type uniform & camouflage pattern wear to any civilian. Further record to be maintained of all such sales even if they are made to police/CAPF/army(after seeing I Cards)”.

News agency GNS quoting a senior police officer reported that although order has been passed earlier about Ban of selling Police and security force uniform to civilians, It will be vigorously implemented this time.

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