Police permission will have to be obtained for planting horns in Nashik

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Police permission will have to be obtained for planting horns in Nashik

Nashik : MNS president Raj Thackeray has warned that if the horns on the mosque are not removed, Hanuman Chalisa will be placed in front of them. However, Nashik Police Commissioner Deepak Pandey has issued orders that all religious places of worship will have to get permission to blow trumpets.

One cannot say Hanuman Chalisa by blowing the horn during the five daily prayers within a hundred meters from the mosque. Those who want to say 100 meters away will have to get permission by May 3. At the same time, Hanuman Chalisa or Namaz will have to be recited following the rules regarding noise pollution. For this, noise limit has to be observed. No one will be allowed to perform Hanuman Chalisa without permission. Anyone who tries to create a religious rift in the name of trumpets will be sentenced to four months in prison and six months in prison. This decision has become a topic of discussion due to the decision taken by the Commissioner of Police Deepak Pandey.