Islamabad bans airhorns on Independence Day

The use of airhorns in Islamabad on Independence Day (August 14) has been prohibited by the federal administration. An official tweet from the Islamabad Deputy Commissioner’s Office states that this decision aims to curb noise pollution, given the typically rowdy nature of Independence Day celebrations.

Under the authority of section 144, the federal government has implemented a ban on the use of blow horns and airhorns within Islamabad on August 14. Individuals who employ such items on Independence Day could potentially face incarceration.

Additionally, due to increasing concerns about disruptive noise caused by horns, the Court of Judicial Magistrate Malir has declared a prohibition on the sale and purchase of airhorns within Karachi.

The Station House Officers (SHOs) of Shrafi Goth and Sachal have been instructed to diligently uphold this ban. The court’s directive highlights the importance of limiting the sale and usage of horns, especially on August 14.

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