If the police has stopped loudspeakers because of noise pollution you can directly approach:
You can approach the nearest District Magistrate (Court) with the help of a lawyer to complain about the action taken by the police against you.1 The Court has the power to temporarily allow the loudspeaker from being put to use, if it does not violate noise limits for an area.
State Pollution Control Board
The pollution board authorities may give an opportunity for the person who made the noise to be heard and then may modify or alter the order or action taken by the police.2 Read here to see the list of State offices you can approach.
- Section 133, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
- Rule 8, Noise Pollution (Control and Regulation) Rules, 2000.