New Delhi: The storage, sale, use and transportation of drones and small flying objects of any kind has been banned in Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir. This information was given in an order issued by the office of the District Officer in Rajouri district.
It said, “In view of the use of drones and flying objects by anti-national elements to cause harm, injury and risk to human life, the Rajouri district of Jammu and Kashmir has prohibited any drone or small flying objects/toys.” Storage, sale, use and transportation are banned.
In view of the use of drones and flying objects by anti-national elements to cause damage, injury, and risk to human lives, Rajouri district of Jammu & Kashmir imposes a ban/restriction on the storage, sale, possession, use, and transport of any drone or small flying objects. pic.twitter.com/1P75lTqBmY
— ANI (@ANI) June 30, 2021
It has been said in this order that if anyone has any such drone camera or flying object, then they should submit it to the local police station and take a slip from there. If a drone is being used by any government agency for mapping and surveillance, then its information will have to be given to the local police station in-charge.
It is worth noting that recently on Sunday, two drones were attacked at the Jammu Air Force Station in the early hours. The Rajouri district administration has taken this decision with the aim of curbing similar incidents.
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