Delhi Lady’s Throat Slit Due To Chinese language Kite String, Case Filed: Police

Chinese language maanjha is banned within the nationwide capital. (Representational)

New Delhi:

A 36-year-old lady was hospitalised after her throat was slit on account of a ‘maanjha’, or kite string, in northeast Delhi’s Shastri Park space, police mentioned on Wednesday.

The incident passed off Tuesday when the girl, a Delhi Metro Rail Company worker, was returning dwelling on her scooter, they mentioned.

A senior police officer mentioned that Shastri Park Police Station acquired info at 8.20 pm from Sant Parmanand Hospital that Vinki Bhardwaj, a resident of Vasundhara in Ghaziabad, UP, had her throat minimize by a maanjha close to Shastri Park flyover.

She was rushed to Max Hospital, Vasundhara, the place her situation was acknowledged to be secure.

A case below sections 336 (act endangering life or private security of others) and 337 (inflicting harm by act endangering life or private security of others) of the Indian Penal Code was registered on Wednesday at Shastri Park Police Station and investigation is in progress, the officer mentioned.

On August 11 final yr, a 34-year-old man died in Shastri Park space in an analogous incident when he was on his option to have a good time Raksha Bandhan at his in-laws’ home in Loni.

In one other incident, Vipin Kumar, a resident of Rajdhani Park in Mundka, was injured when he was on a bike together with his spouse and daughter. On Shastri Park Flyover on the ISBT- Seelampur highway, he drove right into a stray ‘Chinese language maanjha’ which sliced his neck.

On August 14, 26-year-old businessman Abhishek Kumar died after his throat was slit by a ‘Chinese language manjha’ in Shahdara’s Mansarovar Park space. Kumar ran a tent enterprise.

He was on his approach dwelling on a scooter when a stray kite bought caught round his neck.

4 folks had been killed in an analogous method final yr until August 14, in line with police.

In 2017, the Nationwide Inexperienced Tribunal (NGT) banned Chinese language maanjha within the nationwide capital terming it harmful for animals and human beings and in addition citing its being a very good conductor of electrical energy.

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