A bill seeking a complete ban on kite-flying in the federal capital has on Tuesday moved in National Assembly (NA).
According to the details, the NA speaker forwarded the bill to the concerned committee for further discussion.
It may be noted that notably, the Basant festival was banned across Punjab after throats of several motorcyclists and others were cut with kite flyers’ sharp glass and chemical coated strings.
According to a report of Punjab police, last year in the month of October, at least 4091 people were arrested in different parts of Lahore for violating the kite-flying ban.
3843 cases were so far registered against kite flyers in different police stations of the city, police added.