Replacing vehicle horns with Indian musical instrument sounds

Replacing vehicle horns with Indian musical instrument sounds

Union Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari is thinking on the lines of replacing the disturbing vehicle horn sounds with the sounds of Indian musical instruments. 

Sounds from instruments like flute, tabla, violin, mouth organ and harmonium could replace the deafening horns.

Ambulances, police vehicles and even the sirens of the vehicles for ministers are very likely to be changed into something pleasant. 

What would you say if you get to know that the deafening sound of our vehicle horns is quite likely to be replaced with something which is honey to the ears? Well at least our Union Minister for Transport has those plans.

Minister Nitin Gadkari while inaugurating the highway in Nashik said that he has plans of replacing the sounds of horns with sounds of Indian musical instruments. He said that the current sounds of the horns are very unpleasant and Indian musical instrument sounds would sound much better. He also said that the sounds of sirens of police vehicles, ambulances and even the vehicles that are used for ministers will be changed soon.

“An artist composed a tune of Akashwani (All Indian Radio) and it was played early in the morning. I am thinking of using that tune for ambulances so that people feel pleasant. It is so irritating, especially after ministers pass by, the sirens are used at full volume. This also harms the ears. I am studying this and soon planning to make a law that the horns of all vehicles should be in Indian musical instruments so that it is pleasant to hear. Flute, tabla, violin, mouth organ, harmonium…", said the Minister.

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