Being a security professional, I have observed that almost 99% of gun men employed by private security agencies are in possesion of weapons on the basis of an arms license issued to them either for personal or crop protection.
Is it not a violation of the conditions os issue of license when the owner of such a weapon uses his weapon to protect some one else's life and property?
Why doesnt the government do anything about this matter as it is common knowledge that almost all gunmen working in private security agencies have weapons authorised to them for personal protection only?
What can be done to prevent such gunmen from using their weapons for professional use?
The funniest part is that weapons licenses issued from states like Bihar are all India licenses and meant for crop protection. I wonder if any Bihari farmer has crops all over India to protect.