Maharashtra government Ask the center to come up with rules for The use of Loudspeakers in religious places across the country after all-party Hold the meeting to discuss issue Monday. He. She also He said that a delegation would go to meet with representatives of the center to discuss issue.
After the meeting, Maharashtra Home Minister Dilip Valls Patel delivered a speech before media Along with Shiv Sena leader Aditya Thackeray. We ask the center to come up with The law applies throughout the country. Will ensure those situations like This does not originate anywhere in Wallis Patel said.
Thackeray said, “It was also I decided at the meeting that a delegation from the state would meet with the central government and hold discussions on The issue of The use of Amplifiers. “
Wallace Battle also said that the state government Loudspeakers installed in religious places and such can only be removed people who Put up Speakers can decide on The issue.
“The Supreme Court has issued guidelines on The issue in 2005 onwards between 2015 and 2017, Maharashtra government came out with Generalizations related to the same. and he is standing on These circulars that were loudspeakers operating in the state.”
Walse-Patil further said that if they decide to restrict use of Amplifiers in mosques, then they do also You should consider its effect on The use of Loudspeakers during the processions of Bagans, Kirtan, Ganpati and Navratri. “There can be no separation rules for people belonging to different societies home minister She said.
he is added: “Maintaining law and order is a responsibility of the state. if anyone Trying to upset law and order, we will have to take action. based on on Our Discussion in During the meeting, it was agreed that the priority is to maintain peace and harmony in the society.”
The allparty meeting, however, was skipped by opposition leader Devendra Fadnavis of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Maharashtra President Navnirman Sena (MNS) Raj Thackeray who He had objected to the use of loudspeakers in mosques.
Meanwhile, Vadnavis said at a press conference: “When CM (Uddhav Thackeray) himself does not attend all-party The meeting then there is no point in meeting. that it just Eye wash.”
Last week, Wallis Patel was announced That’s before you decide on The policy for Loudspeakers in religious places said that government will be all-party Meet and invite leaders like Raj Thackeray who raised objections.