The capital Delhi has been declared an anti-drone zone in view of the intelligence reported by the terrorist organizations on Independence Day to spread disturbances. The anti-drone system in Delhi will remain in force till August 15.
In view of the possibility of a drone attack, the Delhi Police, taking full care, has issued an order to stop the things flying in the air. Delhi Police has issued this prohibition under section 144 of CrPC. This decision has been taken as suspects are trying to spread disturbances through the aerial route. However, this step has already been taken for safety reasons. A No Flying Zone will also be declared in the capital for the celebration of Independence Day.
Delhi Police Commissioner SN Srivastava said that the anti-drone field system has come into effect from Friday. Para-gliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs, UASs, microlight aircraft, remote-operated aircraft, hot air balloons, small-sized battery-operated aircraft, quadrupters, and para-jumping flights in view of the safety of the capital during this period The ban will remain in force. There will also be a ban on the operation of drones around Lal Qila.
Instructions have been given to intensify the investigation with patrolling of the border area with the swot teams of Delhi Police active. At the same time, security has also been increased in India Gate and crowded areas. Mobile police control room vans will also be used in security system. The suspects will be identified and immediate action will be taken. Along with drones, flying kites will also be prohibited. On the day of the Red Fort program, kite flying will also be prohibited. In fact, the security of the Red Fort has been made very attentive and will be closely monitored with HD cameras of up to five kilometers range.