Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Mumbai

by Ana Lopez

Mumbai Police on high alert

Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to visit Mumbai tomorrow. In view of Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Mumbai, the Mumbai Police has issued prohibitory orders for the city on Friday.
Prohibitory orders have been issued in view of the fact that terrorist/anti-social elements may attempt to disrupt the peace by using drones, para-gliders, balloons, kites and remote control microlight aircraft during the visit of Indian Home Minister Amit Shah.
The order states that in view of the visit of the Home Minister of India to Mumbai on 15/04/2023 and 16/04/2023 Airport Police Station, Sahar Police Station, Colaba Police Station, Vile Parle Police Station, Kherwadi Police Station, Vakola Police Station, Bandra Police Station, Worli Police Station, Gamdevi Police Station, DB Marg Police Station, Marine Drive Police Station, Kafna
No drones, para gliders, all types of balloons, kites and remote control microlight aircraft flying activities shall be allowed in the working area Parade Police Station and Malabar Hill Police Station area.
This order will be in force from 00.01 hours on 5/04/2023 to 24.00 hours on 16/04/2023. Any person violating this order shall be liable to punishment under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code, 1860, the order said. The order was issued by Mumbai Deputy Commissioner of Police (Operations) Vishal Thakur.

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