Sunday, September 19, 2021

New liberalised Drone Rules are based on three fundamentals of trust, self-certification & non-intrusive monitoring: Jyotiraditya Scindia

Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday said the new liberalised Drone Rules 2021 are based on the three fundamentals of trust, self-certification and non-intrusive monitoring. Briefing media in New Delhi this afternoon, Mr Scindia said unnecessary regulatory processes and approvals for drone operation have been eliminated. He said this will give the much-needed fillip to the drone ecosystem and set India on the path of becoming a global drone hub by 2030. He said that this day marks a golden moment in India’s tech journey. The Minister thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his forward-thinking and dynamic vision for an Aatmanirbhar tech-led Bharat. He said the Drone Rules exude government’s core philosophy of Minimum Government, Maximum Governance, which will boost drone proliferation and open up up umpteen economic opportunities across sectors. He further added that government will ensure the application of drones in fields such as surveillance, emergency response, defence, and law enforcement.

 

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