Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has ordered a ban on the use of Chinese tukkal, manjhe and plastic lanyard with immediate effect in the entire state from today. During Uttarayan festival, the Chief Minister has taken this decision to save human-animal-birds from life and prevent accidents by using such Chinese tukkal and manj-dori. He has ordered strict implementation of this decision and this ban has been imposed under section 144 of the CrPC in Gujarat. It is notable here that kite-loving people fly kites on a large scale throughout the state during the festival of Uttarayan.The Chinese lanyard and manja, known as the Chinese lanyard, is a threat to human life, birds and the environment in kite flying.
It is notable here that kite-loving people fly kites on a large scale throughout the state during the festival of Uttarayan.
Many times human-animal-birds are injured due to this type of objects. Chinese tukkal, manjha and plastic lanyard are not naturally destroyed and gutter and drainage lines etc. get jammed by going into the gutterline etc.Also, such fault in the power line and substation also causes electrical fault. Many times he becomes seriously ill and dies when he goes with Chinese food, cows and other animals in his stomach. In Uttarayana, there are incidents of fire due to hitting any object due to blowing sky lantern-Chinese tukkal during the night. Keeping all these matters in the wider public interest, the Gujarat government has banned the purchase, collection, sale and use of Chinese tukkal, manjhe and plastic lanyard with immediate effect.