According to the report, 3,454 grenades, 4,490 Kalashnikovs, 43,954 rifles and 66,695 guns were among the weapons gone missing.
The other armaments include revolvers, pistols, carbines, cartridges and sharp-edged weapons.
The editorial in Dawn said that the details were shocking and gives an idea of the layers of corruption in the law-enforcement structure in the country's most populous province.
"The disappearances could also mean that Punjab warehouses are one of the terrorists' major sources of arms - and not only in Punjab. The meticulous details in the report about the number of weapons deposited with the provincial warehouses show on the whole that some people in the provincial law-enforcement agencies and their overseers do after all care about their job," the editorial said.
It also commended the Punjab Home Department for preparing the report.