"To disturb sleep would amount to torture:" Plea in Allahabad High Court to ban use of loudspeakers for religious recitation/call to prayer

The plea cited the order in Afzal Ansari v. State of UP, in which the High Court held that recitation of Azaan through loud-speakers cannot be said to be an integral part of Islam.
"To disturb sleep would amount to torture:" Plea in Allahabad High Court to ban use of loudspeakers for religious recitation/call to prayer
Allahabad High Court, temple, mosque

A petition has been filed before the Allahabad High Court seeking a ban on the use of sound amplification devices for religious recitation and calls to prayer at temples, mosques and churches in Uttar Pradesh (Ashutosh Kumar Shukla v. State of UP).

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