Wardha. Vendors of nylon manja banned in the city are secretly selling in black. Citizens have demanded that strict action should also be taken against those flying kites with nylon manja. For this, the administration should issue a helpline number, in which the names of the complainants should also be guaranteed to be kept confidential. Public awareness should also be made to make citizens complain against kite-flyers using nylon manja. On the day of Makar Sankranti, 14 January, kite flying takes place on a large scale.
Nylon manja also causes accidents. Different sizes of kites are available in the market. On the day of Makar Sankranti, the long-standing tradition of kite flying is carried out. This tradition of flying kites is followed by everyone from children to senior citizens. While flying a kite, it is important to keep in mind that no bird is injured, it does not die while fighting the screw. On the day of Makar Sankranti, many birds die every year due to the thread of kites flying. Birds should not die in their happiness, if birds are being killed for following the tradition, then it is very important to put an end to such tradition.
It is important to pay attention to the safety of birds
Just as humans are needed in nature, so are animals and birds. Some bird friends say that those who follow the tradition should also take care of the safety of the birds, so they should also be protected. If birds are being killed due to human entertainment or tradition, then such tradition should be abolished or else while fulfilling the tradition, it is very important to pay serious attention to the fact that it does not kill any bird.
Use eco friendly thread
If kite fliers use eco-friendly thread, then the number of bird deaths while flying kites will reduce. The state government has banned the sale of manjha, yet the scavengers openly use manja, this manja is very dangerous, there are chances of cutting the neck of the birds, so the use of manja is banned. Has been. But to fulfill their hobby, kite-flyers use Manja unabated, due to which many birds die every year on Makar Sankranti.