Sound Pollution

Can anybody tell me, even after there is a ban on Dolby's, why still people come up on different occasions with Dolby's and create huge sound pollution, create lot lot lot of noise, disturb aged group and small kids, and still nobody is bothered of this serious issue. I repeat my complaint is not specific to any community or any set of people, but anybody who is playing music at high volume, using Dolby's. Please every must raise voice on this, if i compliant with police, i will be target. So please everybody think of this, collectively we can stop this.
Ban on Dolby's means Strict Ban. more  

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This will not STOP as we ourselves are NOISY, self centered and do not think of neighbors. It is the same reason why Bangalore did not become clean like Paris. Character can not be changed Sir !. And if you try to STOP, we will take cover under different religious banner - we know your weakness. You are also weak in selecting a strong administrator in such respect, we know that. SO, live and let live, enjoy till our character changes.

Sometimes, if you want to STOP someone - you might face a dadagiri from some other unexpected quarter.

It is not the job of Police to change character of people - let us think about this and plan what can we do together to change the character ? more  
I 100% agree with this. I am from Kerala and all religious groups are notorious for this. They do not care what's the time, whether its early morning, late night, through out the day. Noise pollution is really on rise. Also to blame are political parties. more  
Yes I agree. There's a general apathy to sound pollution. Although the government has set some ground rules on sound pollution, nobody abides or takes these rules seriously. The common people suffers silently and they don't want to complain as they are afraid of the rowdy elements who conduct such programmes. Why can't the authorities strictly implement the set rules? Why don't they ban all sorts of gatherings with high decibels within city limits? more  
Past comments clearly says local administration is not takin g action on such issues. So the first punishment should be to trhe government staff, cancelling all pension benefits, though they can get salary until retirement if they do their part of work. The3 CM of Karnataka should be addressed for this actioin, that will change the view of government staff from get salary for no work to get salary for work. more  
In the area where we live (Bangalore, Basavanagudi), we have this menace of marriage halls and colleges playing loud music. Many a times we have called the local police station and they have taken action to have the sound reduced. Sometimes they are busy (especially during elections) more  
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