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Remove loudspeakers from religious places like UP: Simha

Pratap Simha, Loudspeaker
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Mysuru: Mysuru-Kodagu MP Pratap Simha has urged Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday May 8 to follow the Uttar Pradesh (UP) government’s approach and remove loudspeakers from religious institutions. He said that the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government had removed 50,000 loudspeakers from mosques and temples.

Speaking to mediapersons he said that CM Basavaraj Bommai should do the same. Simha also urged the government to consider Sri Rama Sene’s decision to play ‘Suprabatha’ to oppose mosque loudspeakers, positively.

He questioned whether loudspeakers existed when Islam was born. He asserted that Muslims believe in only one God, Allah, and that shows their communal mindset.

Illegal mosques and churches were coming up in residential areas. There is one mosque for every 100 metres in some areas, and they disturb the locals by playing Azaan. There have been complaints about this, and the state government will take necessary action, he said.

Pratap further said that when Muslims were allowed to offer prayers during their festivals, they renamed the government grounds Eidgah Maidan.

He mentioned that during mass prayers, the roads are also blocked. Such things should not be allowed by the government. The MP suggested that they worship in their homes.

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