On "Fake" No-Fly Zone Letter In Delhi, Aviation Ministry's Clarification

The ministry in a tweet said it has come to its notice that a fake letter by the DGCA.

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On 'Fake' No-Fly Zone Letter In Delhi, Aviation Ministry's Clarification

The DGCA is the aviation regulator. (Representational)


New Delhi: 

The Ministry of Civil Aviation said on Sunday no letter has been issued declaring a no-fly zone in and around the national capital.

The ministry in a tweet said it has come to its notice that a fake letter by the DGCA declaring a no-fly zone in and around Delhi is circulating on WhatsApp.

"It is clarified that no such letter/ order is issued by any civil aviation authorities," the ministry said.

The DGCA is the civil aviation regulator.

Specific details about the fake letter could not be immediately confirmed. 



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