Delhi: Bangladesh woman detained for flying drone near Akshardham temple – World News Network

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New Delhi [India], June 26 (ANI): Delhi police detained a female photographer from Bangladesh for allegedly flying a drone near Akshardham temple on Monday, police informed.
The police further informed that they took the drone into possession and further inquiry is underway.
Further, according to the police, around 3 pm, Akshardham temple staff informed the police that a woman had been spotted flying a drone near the temple.
On receipt of the information, a team from the Mandawali police station reached the spot, detaining the Bangladesh national and taking custody of the unmanned aerial flying object.
Police said the woman had attempted to fly a drone over the temple earlier.
Police said they were questioning the woman and further probe was underway, police said further. (ANI)


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