Crackdown on kite sellers


Rawalpindi police, on the directives of City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Muhammad Ahsan Younas have initiated a crackdown against the people involved in kite selling and flying and recovered 15,635 kites and 88 kite flying string rolls from the possession of 19 accused netted from different areas during January, a police spokesman said.
He informed that Rawalpindi police had launched an operation to impose the ban and rounded up the kite sellers.
He said, Taxila, Civil Line, Race Course, Cantt, Waris Khan and Pirwadhai police conducted raids in different areas and arrested Usman, Zaki Hanif, Muhammad Ali, Muhammad alias Toheedi, Atta ur Rehman.—APP

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