New Zealand government banned dangerous semi-automatic guns by implementing the GunBuyback Scheme on Thursday. The government has asked people to surrender semi-automatic guns in six months. Instead, they will be given the price also. If you do not do this, you can be imprisoned for up to five years. The Government has made changes in the rules by taking lessons from firing in two mosques on March 15 in Christchurch. 51 people were killed in this attack. Prime Minister Jessinda Ordnance met the relatives of the dead who were killed in the attack on March 15. During this, the ordained said that there was a need to make the Gun Law more stringent in the country. He told the people that they will strictly enforce the rules of arms within three months.