Madhya Pradesh’s newly appointed chief minister Mohan Yadav imposed a ban on meat sales in the open.
The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, who took oath earlier today, signed the first order regarding a decision to use the sound amplifiers (loud speakers/DJs) etc only according to the prescribed norms at any type of religious place or other places in the state.
The State Government has taken the decision in accordance with the provisions of the Madhya Pradesh Noise Control Act, Noise Pollution (Regulation and Control) Rule 2000, at religious places and other places in the state and the guidelines issued by the Supreme Court and the High Court. Under this, the use of loudspeakers and other sound amplifying devices in loud volumes without prior permission is completely prohibited.
An era of former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan came to an end on Wednesday as BJP MLA Mohan Yadav took oath as Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.

Governor Mangubhai C. Patel administered the oath of office to him at the sprawling Motilal Nehru Stadium, Lal Parade Ground in Bhopal.
Rajendra Shukla and Jagdish Devda took the oath as deputy CMs, while former Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar will be the Assembly Speaker.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Minister Amit Shah, BJP National President JP Nadda and Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath, among others, remained present at the venue.
Earlier in the day, Mohan Yadav said that the state would follow the footsteps just in the way Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading the country.
“Madhya Pradesh will follow the footsteps just in the way Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading the country. I come from the land of King Vikramaditya and I am committed to the progress of the state and fulfil the aspirations of crores of citizens of Madhya Pradesh. We will see the same good governance that existed during the rule of King Vikramaditya,” Mohan Yadav told ANI. (ANI)