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CV Anand: loud music will soon end in Hyderabad

Hyderabad city police commissioner CV Anand announced on Sunday that loud music will soon be prohibited at night.

This statement comes just a short time after loud music was played near the Commissioner’s residence in Jubilee Hills in the early hours of Sunday. It was claimed that the commissioner called 100 and concealed his identity while filing the complaint.

Dial 100’s response system, patrol cars, and Blue Colts did an excellent job addressing my concerns. It doesn’t matter who calls 100 for help, there will be a similar response,” Anand said. As a result of the incident, the commissioner stated, “Going forward, a similar response will be followed regardless of who dials 100.”. Noise pollution will be controlled through stringent measures after 10 p.m.

It used to be common for us to receive calls from people complaining about the loud music in pubs. Our meetings and counseling with pub and eatery owners two months ago have reduced that significantly,” he added.

CV Anand called ‘Dial 100’ on early Sunday morning to complain about the loud music in his area. Upon arrival at the scene, Jubliee Hills police station patrol officers told the event organizers to stop playing loud music and took them into custody. Initially, the police did not recognize the complainant but later discovered that the call was made by Hyderabad CP. This is the second occasion where the CP has tested patrol staff in responding to dial-100 complaints.

In response to frequent call drops and the poor signal from BSNL, the city police switched to Airtel on Sunday. Phased replacements will be made to the phone numbers. In addition to being better, the new service provider was half the price, Hyderabad police commissioner C.V. Anand said on Sunday.



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