Loudspeakers hanging at UP religious places are becoming silent now. So far thousands of loudspeakers have been removed. Apart from this, Yogi has a strict order on Eid also. Due to this loudspeakers have been removed from 11,000 religious places in Uttar Pradesh so far. While the noise limit has been fixed for 35,000 religious places. After which, MNS chief Raj Thackeray has also become a fan of CM Yogi Adityanath. He is praising Yogi for getting loudspeakers removed from religious places.
#Azaan #Loudspeakers pic.twitter.com/Z6sCSPwJdK— Raj Thackeray (@RajThackeray) April 28, 2022
Praising CM Yogi on this matter, he has taken a dig at Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray. Yes, in the loudspeaker case, the way Yogi Adityanath has taken steps to take everyone along, MNS chief Raj Thackeray has also been convinced. He has not only congratulated the Yogi government, but has also said that unfortunately in Maharashtra, we do not have Yogis, but we have Bhogis. MNS President Raj Thackeray said- ‘Unfortunately there is no Chief Minister like Yogi in Maharashtra, Yogi has not suffered in Maharashtra’.
Here, a senior state police officer said that the Uttar Pradesh Police has taken action on loudspeakers in the last four days. The campaign against loudspeakers in the state was launched after the state government directed the district-level administration to take immediate action against loudspeaker noise by April 30. He said that “A campaign has been started across the state to remove horns from religious places and limit their noise.
Additional Director Secretary (Law and Order) Prashant Kumar said that the sound of 35 thousand 221 loudspeakers has been banned. In fact, last week Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had a meeting with senior officials on this issue. In this meeting, Yogi Adityanath said that every person has the right to follow his religious beliefs. However, care should be taken not to harm others.
He had said that “It is okay to use loudspeakers. However, it should be ensured that its volume remains confined to the movement of those religious places. Other people shouldn’t be bothered by this. However, Hindu and Muslim religious leaders discussed with the officials of the Home Department regarding the compliance of this order of CM Yogi. During the discussion, religious leaders of both Hindu and Muslim communities agreed to reduce the noise.
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