Loudspeaker row: Allahabad High Court’s major decision – Installing loudspeakers in mosque is not a fundamental right

Loudspeaker row: Allahabad High Court’s major decision – Installing loudspeakers in mosque is not a fundamental right

Loudspeaker queue: This decision of the Allahabad High Court is being considered very important amidst the debate on loudspeakers in the country.
Loudspeaker row: Allahabad High Court's major decision - Installing loudspeakers in mosque is not a fundamental right

Loudspeaker row: Amid the ongoing controversy over loudspeakers in the country, the Allahabad High Court has delivered a major verdict. Allahabad High Court has said that installing loudspeakers in a mosque is not a fundamental right. At the same time, the High Court rejected the request for azan through loudspeaker. This order of the High Court is being considered important amidst the ongoing debate on loudspeakers in the country. A bench of Justice Vivek Kumar Birla and Justice Vikas of Allahabad High Court passed the order on Wednesday. The petition was filed by a person named Irfan. Irfan had sought permission from the SDM of his area to read the adhan on loudspeaker.

Irfan approached the court without getting permission from SDM. During the hearing, Irfan’s lawyers argued that the ban on the use of loudspeakers was totally wrong and a violation of his fundamental right. The judges rejected the objection, saying the law had now ruled that the use of loudspeakers in mosques was not a fundamental right.

Loudspeaker row: Raj Thackeray on target

On the other hand, Maharashtra No Norman Sena president Raj Thackeray, who has raised the issue of loudspeakers in Maharashtra, has been targeted by opponents. Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar criticized Raj Thackeray’s demand for removal of loudspeakers from mosques, saying no one should speak “language of ultimatum” with the government. Pawar said the Supreme Court’s decision on noise pollution was applicable to all places of worship in Maharashtra, adding that the state government was acting in accordance with the law and the constitution. The senior NCP leader also said that strict action would be taken if anyone tried to break the law. Mr Thackeray, president of the Maharashtra No Norman Sena (MNS), had earlier given an ultimatum to the state government to remove loudspeakers from mosques by May 3.


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