Hyderabad, May 24 (Hydnow): The Cyberabad Police on Tuesday issued a notification banning the use of remotely controlled drones or para-gliders or remotely controlled micro light aircraft in a five kilometre radius of the Indian School of Business and the Gachibowli Stadium in view of the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“Inputs have been received by intelligence agencies about the possibility of attacks by terrorist/antisocial elements by the use of Para-gliders, Remote Controlled Drone and Remote Controlled Micro-Light Aircraft etc. There is likelihood of breach of peace and disturbance of public tranquility and also there is grave danger to human life, health, safety and damage to public property on that account,” a statement issued by the police said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will attend the 20th anniversary celebrations of Indian School of Business (ISB) and the graduation ceremony of its Post-Graduate Programme Class of 2022 in Hyderabad on May 26. (Hydnow)
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