The Commissioner of Police in Karimnagar, L Subbarayudu, has issued a statement prohibiting the use of paragliders, remote control drones, and remote control microlight aircraft within the Karimnagar Commissionerate until April 30. The use of these technical devices has become increasingly common during weddings, auspicious events, and other occasions, but they are now banned due to security concerns. The Commissioner has warned that terrorists and anti-social forces could use them to cause harm. Anyone wishing to use these devices must obtain permission from the police, and legal action will be taken against those who violate the rules under Section 188 of the IPC. In addition, the Commissioner has emphasized that law and order must be maintained within the jurisdiction of the Commissionerate. Meetings and processions should not be held without permission from the concerned ACPs, and individuals should not wear deadly weapons or items that could harm others. The public should not assemble on roads or other public places, and music, songs, and speeches are not allowed in these areas. Those who disturb the law and order will face legal action under the provisions of the Hyderabad City Police Act, 1348 Fasali.