In this regard, already Hon’ble Kerala High Court Justice Mr.A.S.Venkatachalamoorthy, was pleased passed a judgment in New Road Brothers Vs. Commissioner of Police, Ernakulam & others which is reported in AIR 1999 Ker 262 therein it was held as follows:
Constitution of India, Art.19(1)(a) – Right to freedom of speech – Extent of – Authorities allowing meeting to be held in small junction of roads particularly in evening – Loudspeakers put up – Same causing great inconvenience to public – People can resist – Authorities are bound not to permit holdings of meetings at place in question especially when there were two grounds nearby.
Also go through the following link so as to read the FULL JUDGMENT of the above case: http://indiankanoon.org/doc/1678102
Any judgment pronounced by the Hon’ble High Courts shall bind over all the State Governments unless it has been overruled by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. By applying this principle the Govt. of Puducherry has to ban this type of Public Meetings even from the year 1999 onwards by obliging Hon’ble Kerala HC Judgment but they have been failed to do so.