Ban on loudspeakers in religious and public places..!?

Madhya Pradesh chief minister Mohan Yadav has ordered a ban on the use of loudspeakers in religious and public places. In his first major decision since taking oath as madhya pradesh chief minister, Mohan Yadav on wednesday ordered a ban on the use of loudspeakers in religious and public places. The order cited a July 2005 supreme court judgment banning the use of loudspeakers and music systems in public places between 10 pm and 6 am (except in cases of public emergency). Refers to the serious health effects of noise pollution on people living there. In such areas. On october 28, 2005, the supreme court had ruled that loudspeakers could be used till midnight on festive occasions for 15 days a year.

Along with that, they have also banned the sale of meat in the free zone. bjp legislature party leader and mla from ujjain South Mohan Yadav was sworn in as the chief minister of madhya pradesh on Wednesday. governor Mangubhai patel administered the oath to the 58-year-old leader at Lal Parade Ground in the state capital, Bhopal. prime minister Narendra Modi, Union home minister amit shah, bjp president jp nadda and Yadav's former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan were present at the event. A three-time bjp mla, Yadav is the 19th chief minister of Madhya Pradesh. He is the fourth OBC chief minister of the state from the bharatiya janata party (BJP) since 2003, after Uma Bharati, Babulal Gaur and Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Yadav's appointment as chief minister marks the end of the era of BJP's four-time cm Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who dominated madhya pradesh politics for two decades.

Yadav's appointment as cm, who was not in the cm race, is seen as the BJP's decision to win over the numerically significant Other backward classes (OBC) community in other parts of the country ahead of next year's lok sabha elections. OBCs constitute more than 48% of Madhya Pradesh's population and are the major voter base of the saffron party.

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