Kohima Police declares area around NLA complex, CM’s official residence ‘NO DRONE ZONE’

Kohima: Violators of directive to be prosecuted under relevant section of laws

BY | Tuesday, 5 September, 2023

Kohima Police has declared the areas covering the new Nagaland Legislative Assembly Complex and the Chief Minister’s official residence in State capital Kohima “No Drone Zone”. The security arrangements have been initiated ahead of the upcoming 2nd Session of the 14th NLA that is scheduled to be conducted from 11 September 2023 to 14 September 2023, PRO, Kohima Police stated in the notification.

“Flying of any remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) such as drones, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) etc will be restricted,” the police informed.

Kohima Police also cautioned that violation of the directive will amount to suspension or cancellation of the UIN/ UAOP (Unique Identification Number/ Unmanned Aircraft Operator Permit) of the RPA issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation and will be prosecuted under relevant section of laws.

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