here stoped arms licenses in tamilnadu i cant get ..!
What do you mean, have they stopped receiving fresh arms license applications? If yes, then what is the reason they are saying? Are they willing to give the reason in writing?
It really saddens me no end, when I find people instead of willing to fight for their rights, are looking for "easier" methods(willing to waste thousands of rupees for fake licenses and other shortcuts) for something that is their fundamental right. I have been explaining in various posts that obtaining an arms license is a citizen's right. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms and Self Defense are fundamental rights guaranteed by our Constitution under Articles 19 and 21. The Arms Act 1959 was passed to co-ordinate the fundamental rights of citizens, i.e. the right of self defense guaranteed under Article 21 of Constitution and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms guaranteed under Articles 19 and 21 of Constitution. This can be ascertained by reading the related objectives of The Indian Arms (Amendment) Bill (No.49 of 1953), which became the Arms Act 1959:
"(ii) that weapons for self-defence
are available for all citizens
under license unless their antecedents or propensities do not entitle them for the privilege;
(c) to co-ordinate the rights of the citizen
with the necessity of maintaining law and order and avoiding fifth-column activities in the country;"
Have you joined NAGRI? Have you told about NAGRI to people around you?
All things are subject to interpretation whichever interpretation prevails at a given time is a function of power and not truth. - Friedrich Nietzsche