Fly kites to celebrate Independence Day in Delhi, India 24 times a day

[Global Times comprehensive report] August 15 is India’s independence day. According to the tradition, Delhi residents fly kites to celebrate, but it has caused great trouble to the power sector. According to the Indian today website reported on the 16th, the kite flying caused a total of 24 power outages. A spokesman for BSEs, an Indian power company, said on the 15th that a large number of kites, especially children, flew a large number of kites, causing 24 tripping incidents in various areas of Delhi. Power personnel carried out emergency repair, affecting the normal power consumption of 12000 households. The spokesman also said that many people were hospitalized due to the new crown epidemic this year, and the power failure may cause power interruption to hospitals or other public service equipment and bring inconvenience to patients’ rescue or treatment. Therefore, he appealed to residents not to use kite wires with metal coating, let alone fly kites around electric equipment. < / P > < p > kite flying is one of the most popular recreational activities for Delhi people to celebrate Indian independence day, usually with kites in the color of the Indian flag. However, in recent years, the custom of flying kites has been causing troubles. Many birds have been entangled with kite string, causing disability or death, and even children have been killed by cutting their throats. What’s the truth behind the loss making underwear store’s use of altruistic thinking to build a community and make more than 200000 yuan a month

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