Aiming to effectively control and curb noise pollution in Delhi, the government proposed to empower officials of civic bodies to take action against violators, according to officials.
The Central legislation has made it clear that loudspeakers cannot be used in public places, without the government’s prior permission.
The plea by the prominent citizens led the authorities issue an order to the field officials in Raipur to stringently comply and control the noise pollution.
As part of observing World Noise Awareness Day, a state-level cycle rally is being organised in the state on April 27.
The state police chief has asked police heads of all districts to ensure religious institutions or any other places of worship strictly adhere to the directions of the Karnataka High Court.
However, the temple authorities continued playing music using sound amplifiers, beating drums, and conducting musical performances in violation of the law.
Noise pollution by DJs or loudspeakers hindering the studies of students preparing for examination will be curbed. There is also a directive by the high court, Dhamtari SP Prashant Thakur said.
On Monday, C4C, an organisation dedicated to helping citizens, gathered at Cubbon Park to spread awareness on noise pollution.
The court ordered that a report on the action taken to curb noise pollution should be submitted on the next date of hearing.
The ambient air quality and noise pollution level increased in the Union Territory on Deepavali day, said the Puducherry Pollution Control Committee (PPCC) report.
Dugar, who is the alumnus of the school, hopes that the campaign takes place at regular intervals. “Most educational institutions are unaware of the law.
The Madras High Court has ordered the State government to take action against religious institutions that create noise pollution.
Hyderabad Traffic Police on Tuesday organised an awareness programme on noise pollution at the main gate of KBR Park.
Minister for Tourism, Environment and Ecology Anand Singh on Monday said the State Government will take action against all those causing noise pollution, including mosques and temples.
KMRL managing director A P M Muhammad Haneesh declared the stretch of MG Road from Seemati to Maharaja's Metro Station as the first 'No Horn' area in Kerala.