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Delhi Declared No-Fly Zone on June 9 and 10 for Narendra Modi’s Third Term Oath as PM

Narendra Modi

As the nation eagerly anticipates Narendra Modi’s third term oath-taking ceremony as Prime Minister on June 9, the Delhi Police has taken stringent security measures. In preparation for the event, Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora issued an order declaring the national capital a no-flying zone for two days, June 9 and 10. This preemptive action comes in response to concerns about potential threats from criminal, anti-social elements, or terrorists hostile to India.

Prohibitory Orders and Restrictions

The order, issued under section 144 of the CrPC, prohibits the flying of sub-conventional aerial platforms over Delhi during the swearing-in ceremony. These platforms include para gliders, para-motors, hang gliders, UAVs, UASs, microlight aircraft, remotely piloted aircraft, hot air balloons, small size powered aircraft, and quadcopters. Violators will be liable under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.

Narendra Modi’s Third Consecutive Term

Narendra Modi, having held the position of Prime Minister since 2014, is poised to begin his third consecutive term. Despite falling short of the 272-mark majority in the Lok Sabha this time, the NDA government remains in power with the support of allies like the Telugu Desam Party and Janata Dal (United).

The urgency of the situation led to the order being passed ex parte, as it cannot be individually served to all concerned parties1. The Delhi Police’s proactive approach aims to ensure a safe and secure environment during this significant event in India’s political landscape.

Stay tuned for further updates as the nation witnesses Narendra Modi’s oath-taking ceremony on June 9 .

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