Gun Factory In Jammu

JAMMU, INDIA - MAY 11: A worker assembles the guns at a gun factory on May 11, 2017 in Jammu, India. Indian government banned civilian firearms licenses in early 1990s in Kashmir valley when an armed rebellion broke out against Indian rule. Subsequently, majority of gun factories either had to shut or shift base to Jammu region. As a result, all the gun market shifted to Jammu, making it the second largest gun manufacturer in India. owners of the gun factory have to make only 1500 guns in a year. There are also more than 20 gun factories in Jammu.(Photo by Nitin Kanotra/Hindustan Times)

Gun Factory In Jammu
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