A 26-year-old women was booked for flying a drone at historic monument Charminar late Thursday night.
On receiving the information about the woman, police reached the spot and seized drone camera, remote control and started the investigation.
According to Station House Officer, Charminar police station, "Yesterday in the late night, a 26 years old woman, Suparna Nath, was flying drone camera at historic monument Charminar. A case has been registered under section 70(b) CP Act and 188 IPC."
Further probe is on.
Earlier, Hyderabad police reportedly banned the use of drones for a month in April after receiving inputs from the intelligence agencies about the possibility of terror attacks.
As per a notification issued by Commissioner of Police and Executive Magistrate of Hyderabad City, government agencies and organisations will need to obtain appropriate clearance from local Police and aviation authorities before launching any Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), Unmanned Aerial Survey (UAS) for any purpose.
"Any person contravening this order shall be punishable under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860," the notification further stated.
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