Shimla: Following the deaths of two people in a paragliding mishap in Bir Billing, Himachal Pradesh, the Kangra government halted all paragliding activity in the region on Friday, pending further orders. When Akash Aggarwal and his pilot Vikas Kapoor took off from a height of 25-30 feet, the event occurred. Jindal told reporters, “At a regulatory meeting in February 2022, certain directives were provided to various parties, but no one followed them. In order to ensure compliance, a local regulatory body will be formed.” The decision to ban paragliding will be revisited only after satisfactory compliance and implementation of these instructions. At around 4.30 p.m., a paraglider pilot named Akash Aggarwal took off. Only once these instructions have been followed and executed successfully will the decision to ban paragliding be reconsidered. The event occurred about 4.30 p.m., when Akash Aggarwal and his pilot Vikas Kapoor were taking off on a paraglider.