Kolkata, 14th August, 2018 : Reliably New Delhi changes into a post before the 72nd Independence Day. Strict flourishing endeavors are taken at key foundations. This year on August 15 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi will spread out the tricolor and pass on his standard pass on to the nation from insurances of famous Red Fort, a strong sudden of Delhi police workforce will keep a vigil on the sky. Definitely, there is an ethereal risk and it may come in disguise of a kite. Both in 2016 and 2017, kites sees how to sneak into. A year back a dull kite had arrived close stage in the midst of the PM’s exchange. In 2016, a kite was skimming over the securities, as demonstrated by Financialexpress.com

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This time Delhi Police have pulled in ‘kite catchers’ to check any kite from entering the high security zone and square rehash of as of now showed scenes. Nearby this there will be constrainment on any kind of flying article this year also. One won’t be allowed to fly kites till 11 am around Red Fort on 72nd Independence Day.

Around 100 staff from the rank of constables to relate sub-experts (ASI) will be sent to check kite flying in zones of Jama Masjid, Darya Ganj, Kashmere Gate, Civil Lines, and Chandni Chowk. They will in like way get game-plan of kites if these move towards Red Fort in the midst of PM Modi‘s talk. “They will rapidly alert the staff appear toward the way from where the kite is coming, to pull it down. The police may make honest to goodness move in like route, as prohibitory asking for are starting at now summoned in Delhi,” DCP (North) Nupur Prasad was refered to as saying by IE.

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At the Red Fort premises, 100 coordinated police work power and officers will likewise be passed on around the standard deal with and the VVIP show to get any kites. “The police staff got a couple of basic packs of getting ready on attractive lead if they see a stray kite. They have what’s more been set up to deal with the condition if the kite is falling on the scene,” said a senior officer.

source : Financialexpress.com