Speaking at the launch, the Chief Minister, welcoming the initiative, said, “Like other parts of the country, our state is also facing a situation due to the second wave of the Covid-19.”
“During these difficult times, it is very important to supply timely delivery of emergency medicines and vaccines. I am happy to note that for the first time in the country, drones will be used for supplying medicines, and also for sanitizing public places,” he said.
“I appreciate the efforts of Garuda Aerospace and Mohan,” Yediyurappa said.
He said the drones with a capacity to ferry 35-40 kg of materials can be used for delivering medicines and essential goods besides sanitising the areas. (UNI)