Lahore: 11 kids held for flying kites
Islamabad|: Eleven children were detained for flying kites in Pakistan`s Lahore city. They were later released.
Inspector General (IG) Punjab Muhammad Habib-ur-Rehman ordered the release of 11 children who were detained by police on kite flying charges, reported Geo News.
Kite flying has been barred in Lahore.
In November last year, a police official said that kite flyers would be booked if they were found endangering lives of people.
A 30-year-old man died in Lahore last year after a stray kite`s string cut his throat.
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