Context: Recently, Border area declared as ‘no drone zone’.
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- The state police have banned the use of remotely piloted aircraft system (RPAS) or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly known as drones, in areas adjoining the India-Pakistan border across the state.
- The radius of 25-km near the border has been declared “no drone zone” and notice boards have been installed outside all police stations in these areas.
- The police have warned that if anyone is caught violating the order, strict legal action will be taken. The police have made it clear that no one is allowed to use drone even for shooting films.
- If anyone wants to shoot any occasion, prior permission is mandatory.
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