The ban on flying drones above Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh headquarters and other vital installations in Nagpur city has been extended till March 31.
The order was issued under section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).
It said flying activities of ‘Non-Conventional Aerial Objects’, including drones, remote-controlled or remotely piloted aircraft and aircraft systems, para-gliders, aero-models and parachute related activities will not be allowed within a 3-kilometre radius from the perimeter of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport, Headquarter Maintenance Command, Indian Air Force, Vayusena Nagar, and within a 2-kilometre radius of RSS headquarters in Mahal.
Drones can be flown with the written permission of Deputy Commissioner of Police, Special Branch, and those violating the diktat will be booked under section 188 of IPC, the order added.
Earlier on January 7 the security near RSS headquarters was increased, as police suspecting possibility of attack by terrorist. Police had recieved information about reci done by Jaish-e-Mohammad persons.