Within the gentle of some stories on threats from anti-social and terrorist parts to the Republic Day celebrations, flying of sub-conventional and aerial platforms within the Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi has been prohibited till additional discover, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora knowledgeable on Monday.
The Delhi Police Commissioner, by means of an order issued on Monday, mentioned some felony and anti-social parts inimical to India might pose a risk to the security of most of the people, dignitaries and very important installations.
“It has been reported that sure felony or anti-social parts or terrorists inimical to India might pose a risk to the security of most of the people, dignitaries and very important Installations by way of sub-conventional aerial platforms like para-gliders, para-motors, dangle gliders, unmanned aerial autos (UAVs), unmanned plane methods (UASs), micro-light plane, remotely piloted plane, scorching air balloons, small measurement powered plane, quadcopters and even by para-jumping from plane and so forth,” the Commissioner mentioned.
Mr Arora mentioned in view of such stories, the flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms over the Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi is prohibited and punishable.
“In pursuance of the Ministry of House Affairs (MHA) notification and beneath part 144 of the Felony Process Code, 1973, I do hereby prohibit the flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms like para-gliders, para-motors, dangle gliders, UAVs, UASS, microlight plane, remotely piloted plane, scorching air balloons, small measurement powered plane, quadcopters or para leaping from plane and so forth. over the jurisdiction of the Nationwide Capital Territory of Delhi on the event of Republic Day Perform-2023 and doing so shall be punishable beneath part 188 of the Indian Penal Code,” he additional mentioned.
He additionally mentioned the order is handed ‘ex-parte’ and the discover shall be revealed by means of the press and affixing copies on the discover boards of presidency places of work.
“Because the discover can’t be served individually on all involved, the order is, hereby, handed ex-parte. It shall be revealed for the data of the general public by means of press and affixing copies on the Discover Boards of the places of work of all DCSP, Addl. DCSP, ACSP, Tehsils, all Police Stations and places of work of the Municipal Company of Delhi & New Delhi Municipal Company, Public Works Division, Delhi Improvement Authority and Delhi Cantonment Board,” he mentioned.
“This order shall come into pressure with impact from January 18 and shall stay in pressure for a interval of 29 days, upto February 15 (each days Inclusive) except withdrawn earlier,” the Delhi Police Commissioner added.
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