Discussion on Jammu attack in PM’s meeting, brainstorming with ministers regarding drone policy

After the drone attack on Jammu airbase, PM Modi held a meeting with Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri. The Jammu attack was discussed in this meeting and the drone policy was also discussed with the ministers.

After the drone attack on Jammu airbase, PM Modi held a meeting with Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri. In this meeting, the Jammu attack was discussed and the drone policy was also discussed with the ministers. Let us tell you that a policy regarding the civil use of drones is already in the pipeline. After the drone attack in Jammu and Kashmir, some aspects of security need to be reconsidered. This meeting was fixed to discuss security related issues.

In the proposed policy regarding the use of drones, it has been said that the use of drones by civilians will continue but a strict procedure will continue in terms of security. In some areas, the use of drones can be banned in terms of security. Apart from this, security measures in respect of drones being attached for civilian use were also discussed in the meeting.

According to the recently released guidelines, under the Unmanned Aircraft System Rule, 2021 issued by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, a license or permission is not required to fly a drone with a weight of less than 250 grams. There are no flying zones where flying drones is prohibited.

Let us tell you that on Saturday night, two explosions were made from the drone at the Air Force station. This was the first time in the country that terrorists used drones to attack a military base. After this, on the very next day on Sunday night, once again two drones were seen at the military station. Army soldiers started firing on seeing them, but these drones disappeared somewhere. Security has been tightened around major centers across Kashmir amid fears of drone attacks.

It is noteworthy that for the last two years, Pakistan has been using UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) to send AK-47 assault rifles, ammunition and drugs to India, especially on the Punjab and Jammu borders. Many drones have been sighted in the past and they have also been disabled and weapons have also been recovered.

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