Big decision regarding playing loudspeaker in Nashik, commissioner gave this order, strict action if not obeyed

Nashik | Maharashtra Loudspeaker Controversy: After the hijab episode in the country, the new controversy over ‘loudspeaker’ continues. In Maharashtra, there is a ruckus in this matter. Meanwhile, a big decision of the Nashik administration has come to the fore regarding the loudspeaker dispute. According to which, now permission will have to be taken to play Hanuman Chalisa or Bhajan on loudspeaker here and Hanuman Chalisa will not be allowed to be played within 100 meters of the mosque. Along with this, the matter of taking a big decision in the state by the Home Department regarding the loudspeaker dispute in Maharashtra is also coming to the fore.

Hanuman Chalisa will not be able to be played before and after Ajan
Amidst the loudspeaker controversy that has been heating up the atmosphere in the country for several days, Nashik Police Commissioner Deepak Pandey has said that Hanuman Chalisa or Bhajan will not be allowed to be played within 15 minutes before and after Ajan in mosques. He said that the purpose of this order is to maintain law and order. Let us tell you that in Maharashtra, MNS is continuously protesting to remove loudspeakers from mosques. MNS chief Raj Thackeray, while warning to remove loudspeakers from mosques, said that if the state government does not take action by May 3, then we will play Hanuman Chalisa outside the mosques.

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legal action against violator
Nashik Police Commissioner in his new order said that, all religious places will have to take permission for the use of loudspeakers by May 3. After May 3, if anyone is found violating the order, strict legal action will be taken against him.

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Guidelines will be decided for playing loudspeakers
Maharashtra Loudspeaker Controversy: At the same time, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil will discuss the law and order situation in the state and the issue of use of loudspeakers in public places today. Meanwhile, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Walse Patil has said that the state police and Mumbai commissioner will sit and decide on the matter regarding loudspeakers and will decide the guidelines. Care is being taken that there is no tension of any kind.

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