Chandigarh Police begins probe after drone spotted near Punjab Raj Bhavan

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Chandigarh Police begins probe after drone spotted near Punjab Raj Bhavan

Tuesday, 05 October 2021 | PNS | Chandigarh

Chandigarh Police on Monday started investigation after the drone was sighted flying near Punjab Raj Bhawan during the protest of Congress party leaders outside the Punjab Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh in the demand of arrest of the Union minister's son in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

According to eyewitnesses, a drone was witnessed flying near Punjab Raj Bhavan during the protest. It might have been used to capture images during the protest. The drone which was flying near Raj Bhavan was recovered by the police, they added. 

While talking to ‘The Pioneer’ over the phone, Chandigarh SP City Ketan Bansal said that a team has been formed and they are verifying it.

Due to the possibility of misuse of drones by anti-social elements, the UT Administration had recently banned the flying of drones and low-flying objects in the city. According to an order issued by District Magistrate Mandip Singh Brar on September 16, flying of drones and low-flying objects within the UT are prohibited in the city.

Chandigarh Police begins probe after drone spotted near Punjab Raj Bhavan PNS n Chandigarh

 

Chandigarh Police on Monday started investigation after the drone was sighted flying near Punjab Raj Bhawan during the protest of Congress party leaders outside the Punjab Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh in the demand of arrest of the Union minister's son in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

According to eyewitnesses, a drone was witnessed flying near Punjab Raj Bhavan during the protest. It might have been used to capture images during the protest. The drone which was flying near Raj Bhavan was recovered by the police, they added. 

While talking to ‘The Pioneer’ over the phone, Chandigarh SP City Ketan Bansal said that a team has been formed and they are verifying it.

Due to the possibility of misuse of drones by anti-social elements, the UT Administration had recently banned the flying of drones and low-flying objects in the city. According to an order issued by District Magistrate Mandip Singh Brar on September 16, flying of drones and low-flying objects within the UT are prohibited in the city.

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