Plea to ban loudspeakers: Delhi HC seeks to know govt measures

  • | Monday | 29th January, 2018

The plea said loudspeakers were never part of any religion as the instrument came into existence only in 1924. (File)The Delhi High Court on Monday sought to know from the AAP government and the police measures they have taken on a plea seeking a ban on loudspeakers atop religious structures in the national capital. He also claimed in his plea that loudspeakers were never part of any religion whether Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism or Zoroastrianism. (File) The court was hearing a PIL, filed by an activist Sanjjiiv Kkumaar, which said banning of loudspeakers will not violate Article 25 or 26 of the Constitution. The court was hearing a PIL, filed by an activist Sanjjiiv Kkumaar, which said banning of loudspeakers will not violate Article 25 or 26 of the Constitution.

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