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Government making new rules after Jammu attack

Following the June 27 drone attack on the Air Force Station in Jammu, the Civil Aviation Ministry is in the process of framing new rules to govern the use of drones in India. The new set of rules for public consultation is expected to be published around August 15. According to sources in the Ministry of Civil Aviation, these rules are being prepared by updating the existing Unmanned Aircraft System Rules, which were issued earlier this year to regulate the use of drones.

According to a report, the new regulations are expected to explore Made in India anti-drone solutions. These will locate and effectively neutralize the drones that carried out the blasts in Jammu on June 27 and were later seen in the area. These revised rules were presented to Prime Minister Narendra Modi when he met Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, Home Minister Amit Shah and Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Puri at his residence on June 29 to take stock of the situation and general security preparedness in Jammu. Had taken. According to sources, the new rules are more or less ready but some work is yet to be done. The estimated deadline for publication of the new rules is August 15. On 27 June, a low-flying drone was used to drop two IED bombs on the Jammu Air Force Station. This was probably the first drone strike on a defense establishment in the country. Explosions rocked the station’s high security technical area at night. Let us tell you that two personnel of the Indian Air Force suffered minor injuries in this attack.