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He was meeting sister for a rakhi, a kite slashed in the throat on the Delhi bridge

The Chinese word “manjha” refers to painted strings with Finely ground glass or metal which is popular among kite flyers.

New Delhi:

In a tragic accident in The national DC, biker on for him way for his sister home for Rakhi died after his throat was cut by a kite string encased in glass, commonly referred to as Chinese manga.

Glass-coated tendons, which have caused Several accidents in The pastbanned in Delhi since 2016, but it is still widely used. This is the second death caused this kind of route in Delhi this month.

35-year- Old Vipin Kumar from Rajdhani Park in was Nagloi on for him way to celebrate raksha bandhan with his sister in chromatic. He was riding his bike with his wife behind for him on Shastri Park Bridge when the sharp thread hit his neck, instantly injuring him.

with the help of Around her, his wife took him to the trauma center in Civil Lines where doctors announced him dead on arrival.

According to the police, the body has been sent for postDeath is being investigated.

Earlier this month, the Delhi High Court asked city to inform her about steps Taken to implement the decision to ban the sale of the National Green Court of Chinese synthetic manjha used for Flying a kite.

The court was hearing the Political Isolation Law, which requested a complete ban on Flying for sale purchase, storage and transportation of Kites as many as possible people Birds are killed or injured due to accidents caused By strings encased in glass.

The Chinese word “manjha” refers to painted strings with Finely ground glass or metal which is popular among kite flyers.

Delhi government He had banned Chinese manga in 2016 two years later children At the age of three and four, they were killed in separate incidents on Independence Day.

The children They were searching out of sunroof in The cars they were traveling in when deadly Police said the strings slashed her throats.

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