Jammu & Kashmir

Police urges Kashmir shopkeepers not to sell uniforms of armed forces to civilians

A file photo of armed forces personnel.

Srinagar: Police on Tuesday requested shopkeepers and tailors to not sell or stitch uniforms of the police and army to any civilians except those carrying valid identity cards.

In a tweet, Srinagar police wrote, “In view of reported misuse, all Cloth/Garment sellers, Tailors etc are requested not to sell Police/CAPF/army type uniform & camouflage pattern wear to any civilian. Further record to be maintained of all such sales even if they are made to police/CAPF/army (after seeing I Cards)”.

A senior police officer said that although an order has been passed earlier about the ban on selling police and army uniform to civilians, it will be vigorously implemented this time.

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