New Delhi: Indian Olympic Association vice-president Vijay Kumar Malhotra said the idea to let the spectators use vuvuzela during the Commonwealth Games will "disturb" athletes and prove "counterproductive".
Vuvuzela created a storm after it was introduced in the FIFA World Cup in June-July.
The plastic horn went on to become World Cup soundtrack in South Africa and last week the Games Organising Committee introduced it as one of the merchandise of the October 3-14 mega-event.
However, Malhotra said the idea to allow vuvuzela in stadia should be scrapped.
"It will disturb our players and will be counterproductive," Malhotra said in a statement.
"We have our own way of drum beating and other forms of entertainment in the stadia. We don`t need any foreign device for our sporting festivals," he added.
The Organising Committee is yet to get a clearance on the plastic horn`s entry into the stadium from the police as it is known to create high decibel noise.
"It (vuvuzela) may be a part of South African culture but it will not fit in here," Malhotra said.