Delhi police prohibits sub-conventional aerial platforms effective from October 11 till November 6
Delhi police on Monday issued orders effective from October 11 till November 6 prohibiting sub-conventional aerial platforms.
Delhi: Delhi police on Monday issued orders effective from October 11 till November 6 prohibiting sub-conventional aerial platforms, ANI reported.
Sub-conventional aerial platforms include para-gliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs,UAS', microlight aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft.
Prohibited sub-conventional aerial platforms include hot air balloons, small size powered aircraft, quadcopters/para jumping from aircraft.
Meanwhile, amidst the continuing tension with Pakistan, the Centre has asked all states to be extra vigilant against attempts by terrorists and subversive elements to disrupt peace and ignite communal tension during the festival season.
The advisory was issued after intelligence inputs suggested that Pakistan-based terrorist groups may try to disrupt peace in vulnerable areas in the wake of surgical strikes by Indian army against terror launch pads across LoC.
The Home Ministry particularly told the police of major cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad to be extra vigilant during the Dussehra, Durga Puja and Moharram festivities, as per PTI.
The states were also asked to be alert during the festivals as provocative sloganeering, especially near mosques and dargahs, besides places where idols have been installed. The Centre said observance of festivals at disputed places, processions through non-traditional routes and forcible collection of donations, besides eveteasing often trigger communal tensions.
(With Agency inputs)