BENGALURU: The Karnataka high court on Monday refrained from directing the authorities to stop mosques from using loudspeakers or public-address systems for the azaan/adhan (call to prayer) five times a day, saying that “tolerance is the characteristic of the Constitution of India as well as Indian civilisation”.
A Bengaluru resident had filed a PIL claiming that the contents of


“hurt sentiments of believers of other faiths”.
A division bench headed by acting chief justice Alok Aradhe said, “Undoubtedly, the petitioner, as well as believers of other faiths

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