Amplifier act: Police remove extra loudspeakers from mosques

By APP
Published: March 20, 2015
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The police have also registered over 80 cases of misuse of the loudspeaker under the law. STOCK IMAGE

The police have also registered over 80 cases of misuse of the loudspeaker under the law. STOCK IMAGE

RAWALPINDI: 

Rawalpindi police have removed 400 loudspeakers from 200 mosques in the ongoing crackdown against misuse of loudspeakers. 

The Punjab Sound System (Regulation) Ordinance 2015 allows only one speaker for Azan and Friday Arabic sermon only. The police have removed extra loudspeakers from the mosques.

Rawalpindi City Police Officer (CPO) Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi said action is being taken against the violators and in line with the law.

The police have also registered over 80 cases of misuse of the loudspeaker under the law and have been directed to remove extra loudspeakers.

Notices have also been served on mosques and other worship places to remove the extra loudspeakers.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 20th, 2015.

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