Mumbai – Court had given strict order to take action against the illegal loud hooters installed (without police permission) on mosques in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. However, no action has been taken so far by the Home secretary and the Director General of Police. This was brought before the division bench of Mumbai High Court comprising Justice Vidyasagar Kanade and Justice Pramod Kode. The division bench has passed an order asking both the systems to submit an affidavit in that regard. The next date of hearing is 27th September. A Muslim organization and an individual have challenged the PIL; but their opinions differ. (From this it is clear that Muslims are very alert as far as their faith is concerned ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)
1. Illegal loud hooters have been installed on mosques in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai. Mr. Santosh Pachlag has filed an appeal in the Mumbai High Court to take some action on these hooters.
2. Muslim Ekta Foundation has opposed the appellant himself. The organization has alleged that the appeal being politically aspired is aiming at a particular faith through the appeal. (Where is the question of political perspective here ? The hooters on the mosques disregard the time limit of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. enforced by the Supreme Court to stop the sound pollution. Millions of Hindus along with sick and children suffer distress due to their loud hooting. There is no question of aiming at any faith at all through the appeal. Yet what is wrong in presuming that it is an evil intention of the Muslim Ekta Foundation only to think like this. – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)