Mosque's loudspeakers mightier than law: Sanatan Sanstha accuses Mumbai Police of no action

The release also says that the police have been very strict while dealing with other communities during Ganeshotsav, Navratri and other festivals.

The right wing organisation Sanatan Sanstha's members are under investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation, Maharashtra Police and Karnataka Police for alleged murders of rationalists like Narendra Dabholkar, Govind Pansare and MM Kalburgi. It's sister organisation, Hindu Janjagriti Samiti(HJS) has now released a press note.

The press release mentions its subject as 'Mosque's loudspeakers mightier than law'.

The release mentions that the Mumbai High Court took serious note of the sound pollution caused by illegal loudspeakers installed in mosques and that it ordered that the loudspeakers be taken down.

However, despite the order, Mumbai police didn't take any action against any such mosque in the city.

The release mentions that a reply to an already filed RTI query on January 28 this year, reveals that no action had been taken against any mosque as it could have led to law and order problems.

The release also says that the police have been very strict while dealing with other communities during Ganeshotsav, Navratri and other festivals.

It is further mentioned that Sonu Nigam's statement that 'Azaan sounded from mosques is goondaism' is a sentiment that rings true. Also, that the administration should not test the patience of crores of Hindus.

The press release also states that when it comes to triple talaq, the community vigorously objects to change, claiming that the practice has been a part of Shariat since the inception of Islam.

The Hindu Janajagruti Samiti says that if a communist government like China can adopt a stringent policy on the issue, then the BJP government should also put an end to goondaism. The HJS also cited that earlier the Congress government invited SUCH things for the appeasement of Muslims.