Islamabad District Administration has announced a ban on use of drone cameras for two months on Friday.
In a notification, the ICT administration said, “It has been informed that certain segments of the public operate Un-manned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) in Islamabad which pose a unique threat to the precarious security situation of the Islamabad Capital Territory.”
It added, “These UAVs can be used by miscreants to conduct terrorist acts in areas that have been secured and safeguarded against ground attacks.”
Therefore, Islamabad District Administration has banned the use of UAVs, which includes drone cameras for a period of two months. It added that anyone found in violation would be charged with Section 144.
Islamabad’s Deputy Commissioner has issued instructions to all assistant commissioners, magistrates, and police officers to ensure compliance of the new orders. Here is a a copy of the notification:
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