In order to curb mounting noise pollution, the High Court has issued a mandatory order to ban the use of written loudspeakers in the temple, mosque, and gurudwara. If it is allowed for this, it will be necessary to ensure that the sound of a loudspeaker should not exceed 10 dB. To ensure this, the High Court has given this to all the DGP, DC, SSP / SP of Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh. Has ordered.
Besides, the bench of Justice Rajiv Sharma and Harinder Singh Sidhu has ordered Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh to ban loudspeakers and music system from 10 am to 6 pm. Giving a slight rebate in this, the High Court said that for a religious or cultural program, only 15 days in a year can be allowed to run loudspeaker or music system during the night from 10 to 12 o'clock. Provided that the sound should not exceed 10 dB. The High Court clarified that any kind of weapons in any kind of religious events, weddings and educational institutions would be completely banned.
The Licensing Authority should ensure that the licensee's age is not less than 21 years when giving license to keep the arms. In the case of any person who has been convicted in any criminal and moral decree, the court has not given him the license of arms. The High Court has completely ban on singing and playing songs on any live show and public place, which has been promoted to obscenity, violence, alcohol and other intoxicants.
Apart from this, the restriction has been imposed on the display of nearly half-naked posters or any such material of educational institutions. The High Court has ordered Punjab, Haryana, and Chandigarh that even before the commencement of annual examination of schools, colleges, universities and other educational institutions 15 days prior to the start of any loudspeaker, the order has not been granted. The High Court has ordered that the police ensure that the bike's silencer is correct. Modifications have also been ordered to take action on silencers and noise pollution from them.