Tripura governor Tathagata Roy compares firecracker noise with Azaan

New Delhi: Tripura Governor Tathagata Roy has once again given the controversial statement. This time, Tathagata Roy has compared Azaan on the loudspeaker with noise from crackers in Diwali. The Governor of Tripura has tweeted a question that why people who complain about noise pollution from firecrackers during Diwali are silent on Azaan. Governor Tathagata Roy also said that the loudspeaker is forbidden in Islam and it is not mentioned in the Quran and Hadith also, why Azaan needs a loudspeaker.

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Tathagata Roy has tweeted one after the other on this issue after which he has come to target on social media. In the first tweet, he wrote that every year there is a dispute about the noise pollution caused by firecrackers on Diwali, which burns a few days in the year, but nobody talks about the noise of the Azaan which is being made through a loudspeaker every morning at 4:30 PM.

This statement of Tathagata Roy came at a time when the Supreme Court has banned the sale of firecrackers in Delhi and the surrounding area. At the same time, the West Bengal Government has set the time for bursting crackers (10 to 6). Roy opposed both the decisions.

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Tathagata Roy has already lived in disputes with his statements. They gave a sharp reaction in the Delhi-NCR block to stop the sale of firecrackers till November one by the Supreme Court. Rai had a tweet in the tightly moving words. He said that the decision of the Supreme Court has hurt the sentiments of Hindus.

The Governor tweeted, ‘Never put a yogurt, a firecracker today, tomorrow and a candle by referring to the pollution and the award for burning the Hindu Hindus!’ Recently he called Rohingya Muslims ‘garbage’.

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