Indian police will start using pepper-spraying drones to control unruly crowds of protestors. Officials described the drones as a “non-lethal but very effective” method of “mob control.”
According to AFP, police in the north Indian city of Lucknow, which has a population of two million, have already successfully trialed the aircraft and given them the thumbs-up.
The results of the tests were “brilliant” according to Lucknow police chief Yashasvi Yadav. “We have managed to work out how to use it to precisely target the mob in winds and congested areas. Pepper is non-lethal but very effective in mob control. We can spray from different heights to have maximum results.”
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