The petition filed by actress Juhi Chawla in the Delhi High Court regarding the 5G technology of mobile phones has been dismissed. The court has also imposed a fine of Rs 20 lakh on the actress. The matter was heard on Friday in the court of Justice JR Midha, the matter was also heard on Wednesday.
It was said on behalf of the court that notice is necessary for making an application under section 81. Hence u/s 82 is dismissed. The court said that the petition was filed for publicity. Also, the court has reprimanded the actress for sharing the link. At the same time, the court has ordered the Delhi Police to take action after finding the singer during the hearing.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday termed Juhi Chawla’s suit against setting up a 5G wireless network in the country as “defective” and said it was filed for “media propaganda”. is. The court had also questioned Chawla’s direct approach to the court to challenge the 5G wireless network technology without reporting to the government.
Justice JR Middha said that the plaintiff Chawla and two others needed to first approach the government for their rights and if there was a denial, they should have come to the court.
Notably, it was claimed in the petition that these 5G Wireless Technology plans threaten to have serious, irreversible impacts on humans and permanent damage to all of Earth’s ecosystems. Chawla, Viresh Malik, and Tina Vachani had filed a petition saying that if the 5G plans of the telecom industry are fulfilled, then no person, no animal, any bird, any insect, and any plant on earth will be saved from its adverse effects.