Rawalpindi (HRNW)- Police launches aggressive operation against kite sellers, hundreds of kites recovered from go downs in different areas, 03 persons taken into custody, kites and metal strings that threaten human lives will be recovered on the information obtained from arrested persons. According to the details, an aggressive operation against kite flyers and sellers have been launched in three divisions of Rawalpindi Police following the directions of City Police Officer, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Muhammad Faisal Rana. SP Potohar Syed Ali told the City Police Officer in a briefing that R.A Bazar police raided a go down in Mughal Abad, recovered hundreds of kites to be supplied in different areas of the city and arrested two persons. The SP told that Saddar Wah police also raided a go down on authentic information, recovered hundreds of kites to be supplied in different areas of the city and arrested a person. CPO Faisal Rana appreciated SP Potohar Syed Ali for recovering huge quantity of kites and arresting 03 accused persons through meaningful raids during operation against kite flyers & sellers. The CPO said that according to the vision of Chief Minister of Punjab, the Inspector General of Police Punjab Capt. (R) Arif Nawaz has issued clear and straight directions regarding ban on kite flying & selling. The SHO of concerning area will immediately be suspended if loss of a human life is noticed due to kite flying. The CPO directed the SDPOs to take necessary measures to control kite selling in their area and to launch an awareness campaign to project that kite flying is a threat to human lives. The CPO said that Rawalpindi police have maintained a record of professional policing by protecting children from sexual abuse and likewise we shall protect the society from kite flying and its affects. The CPO was told that Rawalpindi police will conduct a comprehensive crack down against kite sellers in the light of authentic information obtained from the arrested accused due to which Rawalpindi will be cleansed from kite flying.