The idea began of launching the campaign from the city of Ceilandia, violent of the cities of the district. Valeria de Vasco, the victim dealing official in the capital city Brasilia spoke,’ Violence in Brazil is becoming like a war’.
The federal secretary justice, Alirio Neto talking about the banning said that we need to inculcate awareness in our children from early stage. ‘Children need to learn that guns are not toys, we repeat it to them often’, he added. In the city of Latin America, there reside over two hundred million people. Last year the fire gun had resulted in as many as forty three thousand deaths.
Like Brazil took the step against eradicating the epidemic fire- related crimes, we Pakistanis where target killing, criminal activities, extortion, kidnapping are commonly witnessed should also follow Brazilians initiative. The violent activities around us, the death tolls each day contribute to increasing frustration and anger among individuals.
The failed justice system in our society can give rise to the belief of holding weapons as part of safety. The fire-gun related games, gun toys readily available in the markets should be banned to prevent our youngsters from falling prey to the criminal activities and violence.