After Srinagar, Drone Use Now Banned In J&K’s Kupwara


After Srinagar, Drone Use Now Banned In J&K's Kupwara

The ban on drone use comes days after the Jammu airbase assault (Representational)


Days after explosive-laden drones attacked the Jammu airbase, Kupwara district administration has imposed restrictions on the storage, sale, possession, use, and transport of drones and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs).

“Keeping in view the security situation apart from concerns of breach of privacy, nuisance and trespass, it is extremely dangerous to let unmanned aerial vehicles wander around in the skies within the territorial jurisdiction of district Kupwara,” District Magistrate Imam Din mentioned within the order.

The order additional states that an individual already having drone cameras or related sorts of unmanned aerial automobiles of their possession ought to floor the identical within the native police station below correct receipt.

“The decentralised airspace access has to be regulated in view of recent episodes of misuse of drones posing threat to security infrastructure as reported by the media and other reliable sources. Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has provided draft guidelines/standard operating protocols to regulate the use of drones in terms of weight classification, generation of unique identification numbers, height/ altitude restrictions, speed restriction, enforcement/panel action, etc,” the administration famous.

It mentioned that with a view to safe the aerial house close to the important installations and extremely populated areas, it’s crucial to discontinue the usage of drones in all social and cultural gatherings to get rid of any threat of damage to the life and injury to property.

Earlier, Rajouri, Srinagar, Baramulla and Kathua district administrations had additionally issued related orders to ban the storage, sale, or possession and use and transport of flying objects after the Jammu airbase assault.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by India07 workers and is printed from a syndicated feed.)


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please close Adblocker