A significant lapse in the security of PM Narendra Modi is coming to the fore. At the rally of PM Modi, the videographer flew the drone without the permission of the police, which created a stir in the administration. In this case, the police arrested the accused in a hurry. Along with this, the police have also registered a lawsuit against the videographer. The area up to 2 kilometers from Modi's meeting was a No Fly Zone.
Police constable Anoop Singh Bharatsang told that around 4.30 pm three people were operating the micro drone. Meanwhile, we got the drone operator to bring it down. On examining it, it was found that it was being flown up to make a film, there was no explosive in the operating camera fitted in it.
Three people have been arrested in the case, whose names are Kesh Kalu Bhai, Nikul Ramesh Bhai Parmar, and Rajesh Prajapati. All three are being questioned. The drone was brought down after being warned by the police. There was no explosive in the drone. At the same time, in the case, the police have registered an FIR for violating the notification on the 'No Drone Fly Zone' during the PM's visit.
The three accused told the police during interrogation that they had gone there for general photography and they did not know that drones were banned in the area. Individuals do not have any police record or previous criminal history. He is such a person who is not associated with any political party or organization.