Amritsar: Ban on flying drones, unnamed aerial vehicles for G20 Summit | Punjab

Chandigarh, March 15: Keeping in view of the ongoing G-20 Summit, the Amritsar Commissionerate Police on Wednesday banned flying drones and unmanned aerial vehicles in the entire Commissionerate area from March 14 to March 21, 2023. The ban also includes the venues of G-20 Education Working Group meetings, the places where the delegates are staying and the routes.

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Notably, Punjab is hosting the second Education Working Group (Ed WG) from March 15-17 and 28 G-20 member countries, guest countries and invited organisations (OECD, UNESCO, and UNICEF) will be participating in the 3-day event consisting of seminar/exhibition and working group meetings. The L20 meeting on labour is scheduled to be held on March 19-20.

Commissioner of Police (CP) Amritsar Naunihal Singh said that the venues of meetings, the places of stay and routes have been declared red zones and the flying of drones and unmanned aerial vehicles have been prohibited to beef up security and to prevent any untoward incident from Airborne entities.

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