The Delhi Police on Friday prohibited operation of “sub-conventional aerial platforms” together with UAVs, paragliders and scorching air balloons over the nationwide capital from January 20 in view of Republic Day celebrations.
The order issued by Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava mentioned the directive will come into power on January 20 and can stay for a interval of 27 days as much as February 15, each days inclusive, except withdrawn earlier.
The order acknowledged that sure legal, anti-social parts or terrorists inimical to India might pose a risk to the protection of most of the people, dignitaries and important installations by means of ”sub-conventional aerial platforms” like para-gliders, para-motors, grasp gliders, Unmanned Aerial Automobiles (UAVs), Unmanned Plane Techniques (UASs) amongst others.
“Subsequently, the Delhi Police has prohibited the flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms over Delhi on the event of Republic Day and doing so shall be punishable beneath part 188 of the Indian Penal Code,” the order mentioned.
The copies of the order needs to be affixed on the discover boards of the workplaces of all DCPs/Addl DCPs/ACPs, Tehsils, all police stations and workplaces of the all of the municipal firms, PWD, DDA and the Delhi Cantonment Board, it mentioned.
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