Call for lifting ban on kite flying

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LAHORE: The All Pakistan Kite Flying Association has appealed to the Chief Justice of Pakistan to lift the ban on the game of kite flying and issue orders for the establishment of a Kite City well out of the urban areas.

 

 

In a statement issued on Tuesday, he stated that Vice President of All Pakistan Paper Merchants Association (APPMA) and Chairman of All Pakistan Kite Flying Association (AKFA) Khawaja Nadeem Wayeen was talking to the delegations of people from the Kite Flying Industry from Lahore, Kasur, Gujranwala, Okara, Sheikhupura, Faisalabad and other areas of the provinces. Prominent lawyer Khalid Zafar and Professor Khalid Malik were also present on.

 

Khawaja Nadeem Saeed Wayeen said the kite flying industry had pinned high hopes on the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Chaudhry, as he had already taken a number of historical decisions in the larger interest of the masses.

“I have given the proposal of the establishment of Kite City well out of the cities to the Punjab government but bureaucracy has never even bothered to reply to this thing”, he said. He said that thousands of women were earning income by making kites at their homes but now they were sitting idle.




Courtesy:  The News

 


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