[Religious activities] Act strictly against noise pollution, building violations: Madras High Court to State
Justice SM Subramaniam, Madras High Court

[Religious activities] Act strictly against noise pollution, building violations: Madras High Court to State

"Common men are afraid of giving complaints against Religious Institutions. In such circumstances, the State being the custodian is duty-bound to initiate action under the relevant provisions of law", the Court said.

While disposing of a plea by a pentecostal church seeking protection to carry out religious activities, the Madras High Court recently directed the State authorities to ensure that noise pollution or violations of building rules on account of religious activities are dealt with strictly (The Pentecostal Mission v. The District Collector).

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