During PM Modis's visit to Bavla in Ahmedabad, three people were detained for using a drone in a forbidden area.

Three people arrested for filming a video on a drone and violating the No Drone Fly Zone during Prime Minister Narendra Modis visit to Bavla . The three men complied and took it down after apprehending the drones operators and requesting that it be taken down .

Officials said the Additional District Magistrate Ahmedabad arrested three people on Wednesday for filming a video on a drone and violating the No Drone Fly Zone during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Bavla here on Thursday.The three suspects have been identified as Nikul Rameshbhai Parmar, Rakesh Kalubhai Bharvad, and Rajeshkumar Mangilal Prajapati, according to police.Constable Anup Sinh Bharatsang of Ahmedabad Rural, a local crime division, has identified some individuals operating a microdrone from the main road near the Sabha base, according to an official release.The three men complied and took it down after apprehending the drone's operators and requesting that it be taken down.The bomb detection and disposal squad (BDDS) immediately checked the drone and found that it was only used for filming, had an operating camera, and no other harmful items.

The accused told police that they were in the area for general photography and did not know that drones were banned in the area.According to the Ahmedabad District Police, the three suspects have no police records or criminal history, and they are not affiliated with any political party or organization.The individuals appear not to have intended to use the drone for any harm, but the police are conducting thorough interrogation and probe in this situation.The police also lodged an FIR under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

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