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Jaipur: Helpline number, rescue camps for birds injured in kite flying 

Special rescue camps have been set up in the city where the birds will be treated and given first aid. 

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January 12, 2023, 3:10 pm

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JAIPUR: Greater Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) has launched a helpline number to report cases of birds getting injured during kite flying over the next few days. Hundreds of birds are injured after getting stuck in the thread used in kite flying. 

The helpline number to report these cases is 0141 274 2181.

Special rescue camps have been set up at different places in the city where the birds brought by people will be treated and given first aid. 

These camps are in Triveni Nagar, Raja Park , Jawahar Nagar, Murlipura, Pratap Nagar, Vidyadhar Nagar, Apex Circle, Subhash Chauk, Chandpole Anaaj Mandi, Birla Mandir, Bhairav Circle, New Sanganer Road, Lal Kothi and Indira Gandhi Nagar in Jagatpura. 

Greater JMC has also deputed teams in different areas and made the contact numbers of the supervisors of these teams public so that people can approach them for help if they spot any injured bird.

Tonk Fatak: Deepak Sharma (9829150044)

 Gopalpura Mod:  Rakesh Rathore  (9782310915)

 Sodala:  Arvind Kumar (978530 2185)

Khatipura Mod: Rahul Gupta (96028 81613)

 Vidyadhar Nagar: Vishnu Yadav (9549377226)

The arrangements have been made for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Many non-government organisations have also made preparations to rescue birds. Volunteers have been deployed. 

The Rajasthan government has already put a ban on kite flying for two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening. The ban has been imposed in compliance with a Rajasthan High Court order. The movement of birds is the most during these hours. However, it is unlikely that people will comly with these orders. 

First published: January 12, 2023