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Gun culture Rising in Delhi?

Gun culture Rising in Delhi?

In a clash between two groups of lawyers in a Delhi court, a video of one side firing a gun inside the court premises is going viral on social media.
Generally we have heard and seen not only in movies but even in reality that lawyers wear black robes and advocate for their client in the court to uphold justice. 
But, some of the lawyers from Delhi seem to prove that inside the courtroom that they know how to argue and they know how to shoot outside the court.
While the court was functioning as usual at the Dees Hazari Court in Delhi yesterday, there was a dispute between two groups of lawyers. This fight turned into a big conflict. At that time, a lawyer took out his gun and fired to threaten the other party. A lawyer opened fire inside the court premises in the national capital, Delhi, which is not only a sensational news but also a painful news.
Many netizens are strongly opposed to this. Many people ask, ``You can only get a gun from any petty shop? '' It is not unusual for shooting to take place in the court premises itself. It is highly condemnable that the incident is happening in our national capital as if something is happening in Pakistan or Afghanistan. 
The Delhi Bar Council condemns the fact that the lawyers who are supposed to protect the law are engaging in illegal activities by firing guns; Many are condemning. 
A youth shot dead a 55-year-old woman in North Delhi's Sarai Rohilla area yesterday evening.
Even when the government of that country has taken strict measures to prevent the gun culture in the United States, things are happening where even children are shooting and killing many people. The country's government is stumbling unstoppably.
A similar situation should not develop in our country. Access to firearms should never be permitted, regardless of the reason. The gun culture should be eradicated not only in Delhi but everywhere in India through strict action at the very beginning.
Central and State Governments should act cautiously. The police should nip it in the bud with strict measures.