Delhi Security Tightened As There Are Doubts of Terrorist Attacks

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Sub-conventional airborne devices, like drones, hot air balloons, and paragliders, have been prohibited in Delhi as of January 20. This is done due to a terror concern ahead of Republic Day, according to the Delhi Police. Delhi security tightened till the ceremonies of the event are over.

The order was made because of the risk of a terrorist airstrike on the national capital. It is finalized according to Delhi Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana.

No Stone Being Left Unturned For Security Purposes

Paragliders, paramotors, hang gliders, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), microlight aircraft, remotely piloted aircraft, hot air balloons, small powered aircraft, quadcopters, and even para-jumping from planes are all prohibited until February 15, according to the order.

After receiving regular information from security services that terrorists may carry out airstrikes on the general population. It is also applied on dignitaries, and critical infrastructure, the Delhi Police issued the precautionary order.

A historical event in a revamped look this year

The Republic Day parade will take place next week on a revamped Central Vista. This marks the first time that a historic British-built section of Delhi has undergone renovations.

The government is working against the clock to get the ceremonial avenue Rajpath ready. It is being done for the annual display of India’s military power and culture on January 26.

Delhi security tightened: Heavy security in Delhi until February 15

The Delhi Police have reinforced areas in and around Rajpath with multi-layer security cover They have installed face recognition systems (FRS), and over 300 CCTVs after an improvised explosive device (IED) was discovered at Ghazipur Flower Market ahead of Republic Day and later destroyed on January 14.

Are you living in Delhi then you might face issues in traveling in the city because of the heavy security rules. There might be an attack in the capital because of which the precautions are being taken.

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