loudspeaker anywhere from 10 pm to 6 am; Karnataka HC gave strict order

The Karnataka High Court has ordered the state government that loudspeakers should not be used anywhere between 10 pm and 6 am. This rule should be strictly followed and it is the responsibility of the state government to ensure that. The High Court said that this rule will also be applicable for religious places, pubs and restaurants etc. Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi and Justice Ashok S. The Division Bench of Kinagi has ordered the authorities to conduct a campaign and ban the misuse of loudspeakers.

Not only this, the court said that the system of addressing the public or the instruments of music should not be used unnecessarily. The High Court said that the administration should take action against such people and submit a report within three weeks about the action taken by them. The court said, “Authorities are directed to take necessary action.” Do not misuse loudspeakers etc. No instrument should be played in the night between 10 o’clock and 6 o’clock in the sound of decibels higher than the fixed. Earlier, during the hearing, one of the parties in the court said that some institutions and religious places were illegally granted permanent licenses by the administration so that they can use loudspeakers.

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However, the public prosecutor opposed this and said that this has not been done anywhere by the administration. He said that under the Noise Pollution Rules and Police Act, the administration is taking equal action against all. No such exemption has been given to any institution or religious place separately. To this the court said that we order you to launch a campaign against the illegal use of loudspeakers. The court has now decided to hear the matter after three weeks. Let us inform that Rakesh P. had filed an application in this matter in 2021.

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