Pune: Drone Cameras Banned Around G20 Summit Meetings’ Locations

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Pune, 3rd January 2023: An order from Raja Ramaswami, Deputy Commissioner of Police for the Special Branch, states that from 10th January to 20th January, drone camera use will be forbidden within a two-kilometre radius of G20 working committee group locations.

The G20 meetings will take place in Pune, India, on the 16th and 17th of January. More than 200 participants and 15 international organisations will attend the summit meetings.

A ban on the use of drone cameras within a two-kilometre radius of Senapati Bapat Road and Savitribai Phule Pune University was issued by Pune City Police on 2nd January 2023. The JW Marriott Hotel on Senapati Bapat Road will be the delegates’ hotel during the convention. These visitors will participate in several meetings being hosted at SPPU and other venues.

The order warned that there was a likelihood that lawbreakers would use drone cameras to disrupt public order. Thus, using drone cameras will be forbidden.

The order is issued following Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. Anyone caught using a drone camera will be prosecuted under IPC Section 188, which refers to disobedience to an order that has been properly issued by a public official.


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