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Bangladeshi woman detained by Delhi Police after flying drone around Akshardham Temple; charge filed

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A lawsuit has been filed against a female Bangladeshi photographer for reportedly flying a drone on Monday near the Akshardham temple, which is within the banned drone zone.

A lawsuit has been filed against a female Bangladeshi photographer for flying an unauthorized drone near the Akshardham temple on Monday, which was within the “no drone zone” area. The woman has been named as Momo Mustafa, a 33-year-old inhabitant of Dhaka, Bangladesh, and the police have also said that they have taken possession of the drone.

The police claim that a woman was seen flying a drone close to the Akshardham shrine at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. After receiving the information, a squad from the Mandawali police station went to the scene and detained a Bangladeshi woman for breaching section 188 of the IPC by flying a drone without authorization from the appropriate authorities in a no-drone zone. Following the violation, a case has been registered under section 188 IPC at Mandawali police station and further investigation is underway, police said further.

Momo Mustafa is BBA Passed and is now involved with Bangladesh’s photography business. She got a six-month tourist visa in May 2023 and came to India on May 25, 2023. She will be returning back on 5/7/23. (ANI)


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