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a Manjhi appointee, Since the AAAASF application has been neither approved nor denied, Tuberculosis etc.) were also made FIT by these people We earnestly seek your attention to this grave matter” the whistleblower alleged For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: December 20 2017 2:02 am Picture for representational purpose Top News THE PUNJAB and Haryana High Court on Tuesday sought suggestions from lawyers on the steps needed to tackle the menace of loud music played during marriages and other celebratory functions in Chandigarh and states of Punjab and Haryana During the resumed hearing of a public interest litigation filed by a college professor Panditrao Dharennavar on the use of loud music and celebratory gunfire in the wedding functions a division bench of Justices Ajay Kumar Mittal and Amit Rawal observed that it would lay out certain guidelines on the matter and asked the lawyers including some senior advocates to assist the court in the matter “This is totally intolerance This must be under the influence of drugs and liquor” the division bench observed after Panditrao submitted newspaper cuttings of recent incidents of killings due to use of arms in the wedding and other functions in different areas of the region The lawyers informed the High Court that the music being played on amplifiers in the marriages violates all the noise pollution levels and there is no action being taken by the authorities to tackle the problem The division bench while addressing the Punjab government counsel said though the state cannot be expected to remain present everywhere it should make the presence felt for the purpose of deterrence and act against those found violating the law Senior advocate Reeta Kohli while addressing the bench said that people resort to the use of loudspeakers during the weddings as if there is no celebration without music Senior advocate M L Sarin who lives around the Rock Garden informed the bench the loud music emanating from different functions in the area becomes unbearable sometimes Panditrao in his plea has sought directions for implementation of the Supreme Court order which bans the use of loudspeakers and amplifiers at public places between 10 pm and 6 am During the hearing the petitioner also raised the question of vulgarity and misogyny in Punjabi songs and sought action on it from the bench “The songwriters need to be called to the courtroom and asked about their songs which promote vulgarity and gun culture Where is their social responsibility” said Panditrao who also has been asked to submit his suggestions in the matter Different lawyers speaking on similar issue also informed the bench that various songs also propagate the use of guns The bench has ordered the High Court Registry to supply the entire paperbook of the PIL to the lawyers and asked them to assist the court in the matter Panditrao had approached the HC last year seeking directions not to allow people to carry arms and ammunition to the wedding functions and also to frame policy to censor vulgar and cheap lyrics which instigate people to behave in violent or indecent manner especially towards women The case will now be heard on February 6 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kohima | Updated: April 25 2014 3:43 pm Related News Following the completion of the voting for the lone Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland the Election Commission of India (ECI) has relaxed the Model Code of Conduct for the state ECI under secretary Krishna Kumar in a letter addressed to the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Nagaland dated April 14 said that since the poll (Lok Sabha) except polling station No 1-Ladigarh under 40-Tamlu Assembly Constituency of Nagaland parliamentary constituency has been completed the commission decided to allow the following activities in Nagaland Tour of ministers to districts and accompaniment of officers on such tours; review and implementation of ongoing programme in the field; review with field officers except for the officers who are on election duty; calling review meeting of officers except for the officers who are on election duty and tour of ministers outside the state or country Meanwhile the Election Department forwarded the same directive to all the administrative officers; political parties and contesting candidates for necessary action Voting was held on April 9 with 8857 per cent electorates out of the total 1182948 registered voters exercising their franchise spread over 2058 polling stations Polling to Ladigarh Polling Station No 1 under 40-Tamlu Assembly Constituency Longleng district could not be held as Assam police restricted the entry of polling officials into the village because of the border dispute between Assam and Nagaland For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Updated: November 16 2017 3:02 am Najeeb went missing on October 15 last year Archive Top News A Delhi court has reserved its order on a CBI application that sought consent of nine JNU students to undergo a polygraph test in connection with the disappearance of JNU student Najeeb Ahmad The order has been reserved for November 21 Praying to the court to summon them the CBI in its plea said it is necessary to conduct polygraph test on the nine JNU students in the “interest of the investigation” since “certain allegations were levelled against them” Najeeb (27) a first-year MSc student at JNU went missing a day after an alleged scuffle with ABVP members on October 14 2016 The nine students in question are suspects in the case Replying on behalf of the nine students defence counsel Vishwa Bhushan Arya raised objections and stated that the application filed by the CBI is premature and “not maintainable” at this stage since the agency has failed to “appreciate” guidelines put forward by the National Human Right Commission (NHRC) He pointed to NHRC guidelines on administration of polygraph test which state that it is unconstitutional unless taken voluntarily under “non-coercive circumstances” “There is a difference between volunteering and being asked to volunteer” Arya said He submitted in court that summoning the students to record their consent or refusal is nothing but a coercive measure and in “no terms can be considered voluntarily” He added “There is no provision under the CrPC which grants the magistrate to call upon any person to record his consent or refusal more particularly when the matter of whether a Magistrate has power to order any person to give voice samples is sub judice…” The CBI meanwhile said “Najeeb’s mother has named nine people who had a scuffle with Najeeb… We had also questioned these nine people and other witnesses… it is necessary to conduct polygraph” Prank caller not involved: CBI The CBI has told the court that the prank caller Mohammad Shamim who was chargesheeted for extortion in connection with the disappearance of Ahmad is not involved in the case In January 20-year-old Shamim was arrested for making fake ransom calls to Ahmad’s relative for “his safe return” He has been in judicial custody ever since The matter came up when Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Samar Vishal asked the CBI on the ongoing investigation The CBI public prosecutor said “Delhi Police had registered a case and later arrested Shamim as he had made a ransom call However after the investigation it was found that Shamim had no role to play in Najeeb’s disappearance… His bail application is pending in the HC” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News (Source: AP) Related News A request to the External Affairs Ministry for help to speed up a Delhi Police investigation into a burglary at a diplomat’s house; an alert about young Muslims in Suriname being “lured” by Hindus; and an anonymous whistleblower trying to expose an alleged medical check-up scam in Kerala. the Aam Aadmi Party is expanding in Punjab, “Otherwise there is no guarantee when kids return to school after the sugarcane cutting season ends. 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