Christchurch Attack: All guns shot in New Zealand are military style

Christchurch Attack: All guns shot in New Zealand are military style

New Zealand's PM Jasminda Ardhen has announced to ban the sale of all types of semi-automatic weapons. In view of the Christchurch attack, he has taken this step. Since the murder of 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch last Friday, the country's gun law is in dispute.

At the same time, Ardhern said that the new law is expected to be implemented by April 11. He said that a purchase-funding scheme will be set up for restricted weapons. Prime Minister Jessinda Ardhorn said that with the immediate effect of New Zealand, Assault Rifles, High Capacity Magazine and 'Military Style Semi Automatic Riflot Ban'.

Alderney announced the ban on Thursday and said it will be given legal form next month. He said that the person arrested in the attacks had bought his arms legally and increased the ability of the attack by using easily purchased 30-round magazines through a simple online portal.

Let us know that on March 15, a man in Christchurch's New Zealand in New Zealand fired a fierce firing. Till the 28-year-old Tentent helmet entered, he started roaming the pistol shooting called 'Let's start the party'. At the time when the assaulted mosque was full of Namazis. The Bangladesh cricket team was also present there.



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