Great news: Now you will hear the sounds of tabla-harmonium-flute instead of pressure horn of vehicles during the journey, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said this big thing….
Nitin Gadkari: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had told a few days ago that how much noise pollution is caused by the horns of vehicles. These sounds are disturbing to people. Gadkari told that he got this realization when he used to do Pranayama in the morning and he used to have trouble with the horn sounding randomly and causing obstruction. Even on the 11th floor of the Nagpur residence, he could hear these voices. Let us tell you that experts say that exposure to sound of more than 93 dB for eight hours can cause damage to the hearing ability of the ears.Also Read – Shardiya Navratri 2021: Navratri will be of 8 days this year, Maa Durga’s arrival on the doli is not auspicious!
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On Sunday, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said during a program in Nashik that we are now thinking of bringing a law under which it will be mandatory to use the sound of Indian musical instruments like harmonium, tabla etc. as horn for vehicles. . The sirens of ambulances and police vehicles will also be replaced with soothing sounds. Also Read – Allahabad University Recruitment 2021: Bumper Recruitment in Allahabad University, How to Apply
We’re thinking of bringing a law under which use of sound of Indian musical instruments like harmonium, tabla,etc as a horn for vehicles will be compulsory. Sirens of ambulances&police vehicles will also be replaced with soothing sounds: Union Min Nitin Gadkari in Nashik on Oct 3 pic.twitter.com/FbVY1t4WpC
— ANI (@ANI) October 5, 2021
Supreme Court has imposed this restriction
There is already a Supreme Court ban on using pressure or ear horns within 100 meters of schools and hospitals. But now the government is also going to take strict steps to prevent noise pollution arising from pressure horns. Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari is now going to bring new laws to stop them. If these laws are implemented, then soon instead of pressure horn, melodious melodies of music will be heard.