Electric nail drill in the middle of the road
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An electric nail drill, or drill with an electric blade, is seen in this illustration taken on March 5, 2020, in Beijing, China.
China has announced a crackdown on people who use the devices in public, and some public protests are being organized around the country, according to the state-run Global Times newspaper.
China is also planning to ban the sale of such devices in a bid to curb the growing use of electric drills, which are increasingly used by carpenters and other workers.
The Global Times article said the use of these tools is increasing in cities and is seen as a threat to the environment, because of their high-tech nature.
A Chinese-made electric nail, pictured, has been used to crack a wall and has also been used in construction and landscaping in the past.
The article said it is not clear if the electric nail is a banned device or if the People’s Liberation Army is planning to outlaw it in a crackdown.
Electric nail drill.
(File photo: Xinhua) In November, Beijing banned the sale and use of the devices and other devices similar to them in public.
According to the Global Times, more than 100,000 people have been arrested in the crackdown.
The state-owned China Daily newspaper reported that a person was arrested in Beijing on Sunday, as well as a local government official, and more than 2,000 other people were detained in the city’s northern region of Anhui.
Authorities have also begun to use public protests to pressure the People for better living conditions.
On March 15, the Beijing Municipal People’s Congress approved a law to restrict people’s right to assemble and express their views.
The law is set to be voted on by the provincial legislature later on Sunday.
Some of the measures include the creation of a committee to supervise protests, the prohibition of certain kinds of “unreasonable and provocative activities”, and the prohibition on the sale or use of “illegal, dangerous and obscene items”.
The People’s Daily also said the government would hold “public consultations” about the measures on March 20.
China has also announced a series of new laws aimed at improving public safety, including a law that prohibits carrying a firearm in public and a new law aimed at combating “drug-related crimes”.
An electric nail drill, or drill with an electric blade, is seen in this illustration taken on March 5, 2020,…