Gurugram: Pilot booked for landing helicopter without approval

Gurugram: Pilot booked for landing helicopter without approval

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Our Correspondent

Gurugram, January 12

The Gurugram police have booked a pilot of a private firm for landing and parking a helicopter at the Ansal farmhouse near Raisina in Aravalis without permission.

According to the police, the helicopter landed at the Ansal farmhouse G-5B on December 30 without permission and was parked there, while an application for permission was submitted in the DC office after landing.

The police said Modair Express Company had applied for permission in the DC office on January 4 and the police got the letter on January 6. It was yesterday when following the application, a police team reached the farmhouse, where owner Colonel Rampal Suhag told cops that the helicopter had landed at the place on December 30.

ASI Ahmad Azeem then filed a complaint and said the farmhouse owner claimed that the helicopter would stay there till January 10. On asking to show the permission, he claimed that there was no need of any government permission to get the helicopter parked. The helicopter was parked without any permission and was disobeying government orders, the ASI said.

As per the complaint, an FIR had been registered under Section 188 of the IPC at the Bhondsi police station.

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