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Chin are prohibited from carrying traditional Chin knife

Source: SBS Hakha Chin

Chin are prohibited from carrying their traditional Chin knife in some municipals in Chin State.

Local authority cited knife stabbing cases and also said it can scare tourists who come to visit the place. 

There were 8 knife stabbing cases last year and some argue that the reason provided doesn't sound convincing to them.  

Some feel like their rights are being violated in their own lands so we find out what do Chin people in Australia think about the ban?

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