No-Honking Day celebrated on April 26 in Thiruvananthapuram

The State government of Thiruvananthapuram , alongside the Indian Medical Association (IMA), will watch the International Noise Awareness Day as 'No-Honking' Day on April 26. 

The Indian Medical Association Kerala section will join the drive  across the nation battle against noise pollution.

“The move aims to spread awareness on the impact of noise on health,” said Dr C John Panicker, National Initiative for Safe Sound (NISS) national convenor and IMA Thiruvananthapuram president.

The program, which will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Transport Minister Thomas Chandy, Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala, Health Minister K Shailaja, DGP Loknath Behera, IMA state president Dr Pradeep Kumar and secretary Dr Samuel Koshy and previous IMA national president Dr A Marthanda Pillai will attend the function.

On April 22, the IMA had propelled a statewide roadshow 'Quiet Wheel-Horn Harthal'. "Aside from this, the crusade will raise voice against the utilization of amplifiers," Panicker said. 

A meeting of religious associations has been brought in Kozhikode, Thrissur and Kochi on Tuesday to make mindfulness on the ills of amplifier on festivals. 

As a feature of the recognition, the Student Police Cadets would convey leaflets at all intersections. The IMA will likewise give away honors for religious foundations making least 'commotion contamination' amid celebrations, he said. 

, alongside the Indian Medical Association (IMA), will watch the International Noise Awareness Day as 'No-Honking' Day on April 26. 

The Indian Medical Association Kerala section will join the drive  across the nation battle against noise pollution.

“The move aims to spread awareness on the impact of noise on health,” said Dr C John Panicker, National Initiative for Safe Sound (NISS) national convenor and IMA Thiruvananthapuram president.

The program, which will be inaugurated by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan.

Transport Minister Thomas Chandy, Opposition Leader Ramesh Chennithala, Health Minister K Shailaja, DGP Loknath Behera, IMA state president Dr Pradeep Kumar and secretary Dr Samuel Koshy and previous IMA national president Dr A Marthanda Pillai will attend the function.

On April 22, the IMA had propelled a statewide roadshow 'Quiet Wheel-Horn Harthal'. "Aside from this, the crusade will raise voice against the utilization of amplifiers," Panicker said. 

A meeting of religious associations has been brought in Kozhikode, Thrissur and Kochi on Tuesday to make mindfulness on the ills of amplifier on festivals. 

As a feature of the recognition, the Student Police Cadets would give leaflets at all intersections. The IMA will likewise give away honors for religious foundations making least 'noise pollution' amid celebrations, he said. 


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