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For lowering the din of celebrations, the Punjab Pollution Control Board (PPCB) on Monday made it mandatory for the marriage palaces to limit the music volume to the precincts of its palaces.
Taking into consideration the matter relating to the noise generated by the playing of DJ system and other loud musical instruments in the open lawns of the marriage palaces contributing to the ambient air noise pollution, the Board has issued the advisory to the marriage palace owners and he DJ operators asking them to control the “noise pollution” in the marriage palaces.The advisory was issued after the Board held a meeting with the Punjab State Marriage Palaces Associations and the DJ operators to apprise them about the noise pollution “generated by the playing of DJ systems and other loud musical instruments in the open lawns leading to various ill effects on humans and animals”, said PPCB chairman Kahan Singh Pannu.“The high volume DJ systems and other musical instruments in the open lawns of marriage palaces contribute to the ambient noise pollution which cause impulsive increase in the ambient air noise levels beyond the permissible standards leading to inconvenience to the general public having deleterious effect on health of living beings and psychological well-being of the people,” pointed Pannu adding that that was why the Board has decided to issue the advisory to all the marriage palace owners that DJ and any other loud sound producing musical systems shall be installed and played only inside the halls of marriage palaces.

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