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Drones for messaging

Drones for messaging


Srinagar, March 23

In Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir Police pressed drones into action to ensure social distancing even as the lockdown entered fourth day on Monday. This is for the first time that audio messages asking people to stay indoors were broadcast through drones in Srinagar.

“People are requested to remain indoors as the authorities have imposed restrictions in Srinagar city. Your stay at home is a remedy for coronavirus. Your police is on the road for you and for the safety of your family and children please stay indoors,” said an audio message which played on a drone in Srinagar’s deserted Lal Chowk area.

Similar announcements were made in various parts of city, including some old city areas. “We used to make announcements of restrictions through police vehicles fitted with public address system. But these vehicles would not go to the interior areas for announcements”. — TNS

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