Use, sale of drones banned in border district of Rajouri

Altaf Hamid Rao
Mirpur (Ajk)

Days after alleged Delhi’s sponsored melodrama of drone attack on the technical area of Jammu airport in Indian Illegally occupied Jammu Kashmir State and reported “spotting” of drones for four consecu-tive days near security installations in several areas of Jammu, the puppet State authorities in the for-ward Rajouri district, Wednesday imposed ban on the use and sale of drones in the district, says a re-port reaching here Wednesday from across the line of control (LoC)

An “official” order issued in this regard, a copy of which lies with the media in occupied Srinagar, stated that it has been observed that the anti-national elements were using drones and other flying objects to cause damage, injury and risk to the human lives in certain parts of the IIOJK, according to the report.

“In the current situation to avoid any confusion and to secure aerial space near the vital installation and highly populated areas, it is rationale and expe-dient to discontinue the use of any drones/small flying toys/ objects in social and cultural gathering to eliminate any risk of injury to the life and prop-erty,” reads the “order”, issued by the puppet au-thorities in the disputed occupied State.

“It further reads that, however, those having al-ready drone cameras / flying objects or toys or like objects in their possession shall get the same depos-ited with the local police station against proper re-ceipt”, the report revealed.

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