Mangaluru: Muslim Central Committee welcomes govt’s loudspeaker norms


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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, May 11: Muslim Central Committee president K S Mohammed Masood welcomed the government’s guidelines over usage of loudspeakers and said that they will follow the same.

Addressing media here on Wednesday May 11, Masood said, “We respect the government’s orders. As per the Supreme Court’s order, the five times Azaan at Jamia Masjid Kudroli will be completely stopped. The rest of the masjids we will follow the government’s order and the Azaan will be within the permitted decibel limits.”

Over Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik’s comment calling the Muslim community as terrorists, Masood said, “Actually Muthalik is a terrorist and should be sent to Pakistan. It is not Rama Sene, but Muthalik’s Ravana Sene. Muthalik entry was restricted in Udupi, but he was given a warm welcome by the police commissioner here which is condemnable.”

Vice president Ashraf, Mumtaz Ali, Basathangal and Puthuhaji were present.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Thu, May 12 2022

    Thank you gentlemen ...we appreciate you.....Let every religious house follow this decision taken by this committee. When houses are full with faithful congregation, their participation/their voices are sufficient....Enough if its heard inside the campus......!!! ..No need of loud speakers

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  • Leo Lasrado, Mangalore

    Thu, May 12 2022

    A very encouraging statement from the committee. Others must follow suit.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Wed, May 11 2022

    This Muslim central committee presidents jurisdiction is only for D.K and not all over India, I presume

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  • Indian, Sharjah

    Wed, May 11 2022

    This is simply a compromise without considering that all other types of noise pollution in other religious and public places will continue without any issue. Will there be any stop to these?

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Now it's the responsibility of the government to supply loudspeakers system to all religious places with seal that nobody can temper the systems. Government must set the system as per the supreme court's order.

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  • pili, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    seems like This rule will be affacted more to others who use high volume loud speakers for festivals than what n whom it is intended.

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  • pili, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    now it time to stop busting crackers in public. this is ine of the top most issue to control pollution. niw who will bell the cat.

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    reduction in speaker's volume is most imminent so dat non- muslims sleep should not b disturbed. also da azaan caller should reduce his loud voice. most people have watched & mobiles 2 keep alarm 2 wake dem up 1nly 4 muslims. sleeping fellows should not b disturbed.

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Muthalik may not be happy with this until he finds an another issues from minority

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    - Halal is over -- Now loud speaker -- matters should be laid to rest - Now GOVT start working for Common man -- Till elections don't find new divisive issues- Attack Corruption / delays -- -- today biggest menace all face -- across communities -- PUBLIC MONEY FOR PUBLIC GOOD --

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  • VERA, Mangaluru Valencia

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Welcoming this peaceful solution to decibel politics.

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  • Mohd, Kundapura

    Wed, May 11 2022

    The Supreme Court order pertaining to the use of sound amplifiers is applicable not only for Azan but also for weddings, festivals, sports, drama, yakshagana. Here, target is only Azan, But Azan will not take more than two minutes. Are they fully aware of the consequences? Most of the Yakshagana, Drama, Festivals takes place 10PM onwards. will they too follow this rule?

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  • Shashi Shetty, Santhoor

    Wed, May 11 2022

    No . It must be uniform for everyone . We as Indians support the common law for all public discipline. We are secular country and all places of public must practice secularism in it’s honest form. Religion can be practiced within four walls .. except the religous identity such as attire must be allowed.

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  • shaji, calicut

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Dear Mohamed i fully agree with you. The law should be applicable for all the cases inlucing yakshagana, drama, stage show etc etc. Adaan is called 5 times a day and duration of each call is not for more than 2 to 3 mminuts whereas yakshagana is played whole night. I hope those people who sayu are disturbed by Adaan of 2 to 3 minutes will object on yalshagana and other issues also.

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  • Rajan, Mangalore

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Sri Lanka has gone down the drain because initially the Sinhala Buddhist majority supported all sorts of extremities in public life -- minority bashing etc etc -- -- STRONG MAN POLITICS -- nationalism nepotism - etc -- If right now not nipped in the bud we will have similiar situation-- NOW ALL IN SRILANKA have come together to fight jointly -- THE SLOGAN IS -- UNITED WE STAND -- DIVIDED WE FALL --

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  • Rahul, Jeppu

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Thank you!! Love from all Hindus

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  • Anwar, Mangaluru

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Great, lets set examples.

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Very appreciative. This is example of tackling a problem in civilised way. Where thugs within community are not supported, cannot seek political encouragement and are openly condemned. Nor do they get even silent support from educated people.

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  • Shashi Shetty, Santhoor

    Wed, May 11 2022

    All that ends well is welcome. Now it is turn of our Hindu community to reciprocate. No more mikes on tree top - keep it with in the premises. Moreover, Temple is supposed to be a very quite place and we have no requirement to call anyone to attend. I as an ardent devotee of Lord Eullooru Vishwanathatha , prefer to keep all religious activity within the prescient of Temple compound.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Now Police have to only Implement ...

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Musk ignores govt calls as India Tesla team moves to ME for new production plant due to on going current situation.

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  • JAMAL, Mangalore/UAE

    Wed, May 11 2022

    Rolf, it is bad new for India if Musk moves out. But we have plenty Ecar options available in India. TATA zindabad.

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Wed, May 11 2022

    TATA Bye Bye

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