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B Upendran | HENB | Bengaluru | April 6, 2022:: After the campaign against halal meat as per Sharia diktat as sold by Muslim traders, Hindutva organisations have launched a campaign against azan, the five time prayer call from mosques in a day. The campaign and the “silence” of the Karnataka Government on back-to-back campaigns has been criticized by the opposition parties who always try to appease the Muslim people for vote bank politics.
Sri Rama Sene chief Pramod Muthalik and his associates warned the Government to remove illegal mikes from mosque which, they said, are causing noise pollution. They threatened to intensify protests if the Government failed to act properly. The campaign would include playing bhajans at temples everyday at 5 a.m. to “counter” the azan.
Reacting to this, City Police Commissioner Kamal Pant said that all the places of worship are required to strictly follow the directions of the High Court on noise pollution under Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rules enacted in 2000.
Any violations attracts contempt proceedings and legal action whether it is temple or mosque. He further said that action will also be taken against both mosque and temple management under violation and contempt.
Reacting to the campaign, former Chief Minister of Karnataka and Muslim sympathizer H.D. Kumaraswamy accused Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai of remaining silent on these issues.
Though the opposition parties in Karnataka are trying hard to blame BJP Govt in the state with the allegations of diverting the attention from real issues such as inflation and unemployment; the Hindutva outfits possess their high morale to fight for the cause of Hindutva after wining the Hijab case (not permitting Hijab in educational institution violating the uniform code) in Karnataka High Court.
Amid opposition by Hindutva groups to the use of loudspeakers at mosques, senior Karnataka Minister K S Eshwarappa on Monday said, any solution to the issue can be found by taking the Muslim community into confidence, keeping the interests of students and patients in mind.
As per report, K S Eshwarappa advised Muslim leaders to see to it that speakers are limited to their places of worship and don’t disturb people living in surrounding areas, especially the students and patients.
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