Delhi on High Alert: Tight security arrangements have been made in the capital Delhi on the occasion of Independence Day. Delhi Police is on alert mode in every way. Delhi Police has deployed kite catchers and kite fliers in areas and other sensitive places in the Red Fort area to deal with all kinds of danger ahead of the 75th Independence Day celebrations. Can go
Strict monitoring in the Red Fort area from 13 to 15 August
Delhi Police officials said that adequate measures have been taken to prevent kites, balloons, drones, manned or unmanned flying objects from reaching the area where Independence Day celebrations will be held on August 15. . Kite catchers, kite fliers and secrecy watchers have been asked to inform the personnel concerned if they see any flying object in the restricted area between August 13 and August 15, police said.
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Case registered for sale and purchase of Chinese manjha
At the same time, more than 11 cases of sale and purchase of Chinese manjha or glass coated thread have been registered. This thread is extensively used for kite flying. Especially Police Commissioner Jitendra Pathak said that the provisions of section 144 have already been implemented in Delhi. If any person is seen flying kite balloon Chinese lantern till the program is held at Red Fort, then legal action will be taken against him.
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Kite flying competition may be held in the evening of 15 August
Officials have also informed that kite runners who organize kite flying competitions in the Red Fort area have been identified and they have been persuaded not to fly kites this time keeping in mind the safety aspects. However, the police said that kite flying competitions may be held on the evening of August 15.
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