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F-112, Kailash Colony,


3rd March,’2018


The Editor,

The Hindustan Times




Sub: Complaint against the unauthorized use of loudspeakers at public places


I, Anjana Mathur, resident of F-112, Kailash Colony, have hereby appeal to you to highlight the need to cease the unauthorized use of loudspeakers in the public domain. Enumerating the recent incident of how my baby nephew had to undergo ear surgery due to the loud sound, I want you to spread the need to ensure peace in locality. The high decibel sounds affect and disturb the mental phenomenon of a person, making him sick, with an irritated temper and unable to concentrate in his task. Enjoyment or refreshment can be experienced without such awfully loud sounds that make one disbalanced and fatigued. Thus, I believe playing of loud sounds should be banned, at least in the public domain.

I shall be highly obliged to you if you kindly look into this issue and publish this in your daily column for fast and easy circulation of my appeal. Let us all create awareness.

Thanking you

Yours sincerely,

Anjana Mathur

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