Delhi Declared No-Flying Zone During PM Modi's Oath Ceremony on June 9, 10

Delhi Declared No-Flying Zone During PM Modi’s Oath Ceremony on June 9, 10


In anticipation of PM Modi’s swearing-in ceremony for his third term, Delhi has been declared a no-flying zone on June 9 and 10. The decision, announced by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, aims to ensure the safety of the public, dignitaries, and vital installations.

Reasons Behind the Restrictions

According to the order, the no-flying zone is a preventive measure against potential threats posed by criminal, anti-social elements, or terrorists hostile to India. The prohibition covers various sub-conventional aerial platforms such as paragliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs, and more. Violations of these restrictions will be punishable under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.

Duration and Enforcement

The restrictions will be in effect from June 9 to June 10. Given the impossibility of serving individual notices to all concerned parties, the order has been passed ex parte. This means the prohibitory orders apply to everyone within the jurisdiction without the need for individual notifications.

Impact on Delhi

As PM Modi takes the oath for his third term, the no-flying zone will significantly impact aerial activities in Delhi. The measures are crucial for maintaining public safety and ensuring a smooth ceremony. Residents and visitors are advised to adhere to the guidelines to avoid legal consequences and contribute to the event’s security.

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