Nashik cops book procession organizers for sound pollution

  • | Sunday | 1st October, 2023

Nashik: The Nashik city police have registered eight cases against organizers for using heavy sound systems over Thursday and Friday. These organizers had violated guidelines during Ganesh immersions and Eid-e-Milad processions.The Bhadrakali police have registered cases against five Ganesh mandals for violating guidelines during visarjan. Similarly, two organizers of Eid-e-Milad processions have been booked.A similar case has been registered by the Panchavati police against a Ganesh mandal.The cases have been registered under the Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules, 2000, the Environment Protection Act, 1986, and other relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).The police said that organizers were informed in advance that there should be no use of huge sound systems. They were also told that the guidelines of the Supreme Court regarding use of loudspeakers should be strictly followed.However, the concerned organizers failed to adhere to the guidelines, following which cases have been registered against them.We also published the following articles recentlyEid-e-Milad holiday todayThe Deputy Commissioner of Dharwad has revised the order declaring a government holiday for Eid-e-Milad celebration in Hubballi-Dharwad city limits on Thursday. Meanwhile, Sanehalli Pandit Shivacharya Swamiji has demanded the state government not to grant permission to open new liquor shops, stating that alcohol has already ruined the peace of thousands of families. In Belagavi, the administration is seeking a grant of Rs 5 crore for the Kittur Utsav celebration. Additionally, pourakarmikas in Hubballi have decided to go on an indefinite protest to press for various demands.People bring out colourful processions, pray for peace during Eid-e-Milad celebrationsHundreds of people in Nashik city celebrated Eid-e-Milad with processions marking the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad. The processions were held in beautifully decorated lanes and bylanes, with senior leaders and priests praying for national integrity and peace. Similar processions took place in other parts of the city and district. Strict security measures were in place to ensure safety. In other news, the police in Nashik are working with civic officials to finalize parking lot locations, and a model Eid procession will be honored in Palghar district for the first time.Maharashtra govt declares Eid-e-Milad holiday on FridayThe Maharashtra government has declared September 29 as a holiday for Eid-e-Milad at the request of Muslim leaders. This decision was made as the final day of the Ganesh festival, Anant Chaturdashi, also falls on September 28, which is the same day as Eid-e-Milad. A delegation of All India Khilafat has requested the chief minister to find a solution, and as a result, the government has decided to announce a holiday on Friday.

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