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Registration of loudspeakers: Forms available at police stations

Managements of religious establishments or individuals seeking to apply for registration of loudspeakers can obtain forms for this purpose from the local police stations.

lucknow Updated: Jan 10, 2018 15:29 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Lucknow
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“The decision on the applications would be taken after checking all factors.”(Pic for representation)

Managements of religious establishments or individuals seeking to apply for registration of loudspeakers can obtain forms for this purpose from the local police stations.

Jan 15 deadline
  • These forms will be filled up by applicants and submitted at the police stations, where their queries related to the process will also be addressed.
  • “The decision on the applications would be taken after checking all factors,” said Kaushal Raj Sharma, district magistrate.
  • The government has set January 10 as the deadline for completion of the survey and January 15 as last date to get the registration of the loudspeakers done.

These forms will be filled up by applicants and submitted at the police stations, where their queries related to the process will also be addressed.

“Managements of religious establishments or individuals can collect the loudspeaker registration forms from the local police station and complete the registration process. The decision on the applications would be taken after checking all factors,” said Kaushal Raj Sharma, district magistrate.

He said police stations would also be asked to propagate the forms through whatsapp or photocopies.

Meanwhile, the administration also expedited the survey being carried by all additional city magistrates (ACMs) along with police stations to identify the establishments – both religious and non-religious – that are using loudspeakers without permission.

Survey report
  • On Tuesday, the district magistrate held a marathon meeting along with ACMs and police to chalk out the plan of action to ensure effective implementation of the government order on loudspeakers.
  • “The survey is on and the ACMs would submit the report by Wednesday,” said Kaushal Raj Sharma, district magistrate.

The move is an outcome of the UP government order to all DMs and superintendents of police (SPs) across the state, directing them to ensure removal of ‘unauthorised’ loudspeakers installed at religious places and public places.

On Tuesday, the district magistrate held a marathon meeting along with ACMs and police to chalk out the plan of action to ensure effective implementation of the government order on loudspeakers.

“The survey is on and the ACMs would submit the report by Wednesday,” said Kaushal Raj Sharma, district magistrate.

vernment has set January 10 as the deadline for completion of the survey and January 15 as last date to get the registration of the loudspeakers done.

First Published: Jan 10, 2018 15:29 IST