The Indian Navy in Goa has warned against flying drones or unmanned UAVs near naval installations, stating that such devices would be “neutralised” and the operators would be prosecuted if they are flown within the three kms of the installations.
“The Indian Navy reserves the right to confiscate or destroy any aerial drones or also unmanned aerial vehicles. (UAV) also found flying within these areas without prior approval. Operators found violating these guidelines will be. LIABLE for prosecution under the relevant provisions of law,” the official statement also said.
The Indian Navy operates also three bases out of Goa, including INS Hamla. Moreover this is home to the state’s only civilian airport at Dabolim in South Goa.
“However, an area of three kilometres from the perimeter of naval installations in Goa is designated as ‘No Fly Zone’. Also all individuals and civil agencies are prohibited from flying any aerial drones within these zones for any reason”. The Indian Navy said in a statement on Monday.
Information credit to GreaterKashmir.com
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