CII Young Indians HNOP campaign got another level

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Bhopal: CII Young Indians are constantly doing something for the society. Their initiative to stop noise pollution which they named Horn Not Ok Please (HNOP) has recently got support of district administration. After watching their efforts Collector Nishant Warwade declared to convert four zones of Bhopal as no honking zone. Not only that district management also appealed to celebrate 31st January as ‘Silent Day’ by not honking the horns.

The zones which will become no honking zones will be Vindyachal and Satpura Bhawan including secretariat premises, Boat Club, areas near Nutan College and Road from Narmada Hospital to National Hospital. Before this achievement Young Indians made 25 areas as ‘no honking zone’ by their constant effort. Chairman of Young Indians Rakesh Sukhramani said that 40 chapters of Young Indians from all over india is working for this campaign. He continued saying that unnecessary use of horns are very high in our city. By quoting a recent report he said, ‘noise pollution in all over India is 60 to 70 percent. It is causing diseases to the people but there is no law to control it. So it’s high time that as smart citizens of smart city, we should take a step to control it.’