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Ban on loud music post 10 pm in Kanpur

Kanpur: Police on Monday issued an order putting ban on playing of loud music after 10 PM here in the view of approaching school examinations.

According to the police, parents of several students had approached the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), Kanpur, and complained about the loud music being played at wedding ceremonies late into the night.

As per the complaint, students were finding it difficult to concentrate on their studies because of the loud music being played by the DJs at marriage halls.

"Strict orders have been issued to all the police stations to take immediate action against those found guilty of playing loud music after 10 PM," SSP Kanpur, Shulabh Mathur said.

"Court has already banned playing of loud music after 10 PM but still police frequently receive complaints regarding this," Mathur added.

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