Meerut. Chinese Manjha is injuring animals and birds along with humans. In the past, the Forest Department in Meerut rescued many birds, for which the Chinese Manjha period had become. In view of this, now the Forest Department in Meerut, along with the team of youth, has started the SAY NO TO CHINESE MANJHA campaign. Here the ‘Leave Chinese Manjha’ campaign has been started. Through this, the Forest Department has started making people aware of the harm caused by Manjha.
According to the order of the NGT, there is a complete ban on making, selling, buying and selling nylon, glass and iron kite strings/manjhas across the country. There is a provision of fine and jail if caught, but still this thread of death is being sold indiscriminately in Meerut. Regarding this, a team of youth reached the office of SSP Meerut Prabhakar Chaudhary in the past, where they appealed to expedite the action on the banned Manjha / Chinese Manjha. Along with this, while handing over the memorandum to the LIU officials at the SSP office, the club and the forest department raised slogans like ‘Let the birds fly, give up the Chinese manjha’, ‘Choose life, not the manjha’. DFO Meerut Rajesh Kumar said that under this campaign, an appeal will be made to the society not to use Manjha by running street plays, oath taking and signature campaigns.
It is worth noting that due to this manjha many times people have died. Many times people’s neck got cut because of this manjha. Every day people fall prey to this bloody manja while driving, but no effective action is taken on it. The Chinese manjha is taking humans in its grip, it is wreaking havoc on the voiceless too.
In the past, a helpless vulture cried tears of blood because of the Chinese manja. This idiot could not say anything, but he was seen asking questions to humans as to what was his fault. A vulture was found in an injured condition by the Forest Department in an empty plot near St. Mary’s Public School in Meerut Cantt area. The team of Meerut Forest Department rescued this vulture.
DFO Rajesh Kumar said that the vulture’s feathers were injured due to Chinese manja. The vulture was unable to fly due to injury, so the injured vulture has been sent to Kanpur Zoological Park for treatment. In such a situation, if immediate action is not taken on this, then more such accidents will happen.