Lahore (Staff Report): The police after registering as many as ninety cases conducted crackdown operation and detained at least 42 kite flyers on Sunday.

Regardless of a ban on kite-flying and crackdown operation, some people still disobey the law in Lahore .
Following an unpleasant incident of a little girl getting injured due to kite string SP Cantt Rana Tahir reported on a crackdown operation in Cantt Division.

According to DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf, kite flying will be strictly prohibited and action should be taken against those found violating the ban by flying or selling kites and the material associated with the activity. He also appealed that parents should discourage their children from participating in this dangerous activity.

Around four thousand kites have been seized by the Lahore police in an operation lasted for ten hours.

Earlier, 300 kite flyers were arrested from City Division and police also seized around 6,000 kites, rolls and strings.