New Delhi: A child's neck was cut off from a kite's Manja at around 5 p.m. on the evening of August 15 near Delhi's Akshardham temple. The child was sitting next to his parents on a motorcycle when it jumped into the baby's neck. This led to bleeding from the baby's neck, and his parents tried to stop the blood from the handkerchief. Though the child's life was saved in the incident, the child has suffered a lot after the incident. Several kites were also found lying on the spot.
Surprisingly, the Manjha found on the road was Chinese. The court's order, which is a complete ban, is being used fiercely in Delhi even after the ban. People are selling and buying Manjha. This is not the first time that a man has been killed in a series of incidents of injuries or deaths.
Another moment after the incident took place, another such incident took place. While another bike rider suddenly got stuck on the neck of another bike rider near the Akshardham flyover and the same Chinese Manjha got stuck, the young man immediately slowed down the speed of the bike as soon as he felt on his neck, saving his life. However, such incidents raise questions about the police and the administration as to how they are selling in a big way even after the ban.