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Kite-flying continues despite ban in Punjab cities

Kite-flying continues despite ban in Punjab cities
February 8, 2020
FAISALABAD (92 News) – Kite-flying continued despite a ban in several cities across the province on Saturday. In Muridke, the nose of a youth was cut due to string of a stray kite. Jacob Masih was going to his house on a bike when he was injured. He was shifted to THQ Hospital and later referred to Mayo Hospital. In Faisalabad, 638 people arrested for flying kites were produced in court. Fourteen people were injured in kite-flying related incidents. Nine people were shifted to hospitals after being hit by stray bullets. In Khushab, the police recovered 21,000 kites and over 200 string bundles. Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has ordered a crackdown against kite-flying. He also ordered a strict action against the people manufacturing kites and string.