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UAVs keep watch over Modi
Ahmedabad (PTI): Deployed for the first time to monitor a religious procession, two Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) hovered over the skies of Ahmedabad...
Ahmedabad (PTI): Deployed for the first time to monitor a religious procession, two Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) hovered over the skies of Ahmedabad on Wednesday as Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi performed rituals amid tight security to flag off the traditional Jagannath rath yatra. The 136th edition of the rath yatra was flagged off from a 400-year-old Jagannath temple in Jamalpur area here. Called the Netra or "eye", the UAVs would conduct aerial patrolling, monitor the procession and click digital photographs with the aim of ensuring fool-proof security, officials said. The 'eye in the sky' project of the Gujarat police is expected to give it a bird's eye view for enhanced surveillance.