Digital Desk, New Delhi. The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla’s plea against the impact of 5G on humans and the environment. The court said that this petition was made for media publicity. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 20 lakh on the petitioners for this reason. The petitioners will have to deposit this amount in the Delhi State Legal Service Authority.
Dismissing the petition, the court took strict action and said that the petitioners have no knowledge of the facts. There is only
The court has also issued a show-cause notice against the person who disrupted the proceedings during the hearing and asked the Delhi Police to identify the person. In fact, an unidentified person on Wednesday obstructed the proceedings of the Delhi High Court thrice… until he was silenced and finally excluded from the online hearing. He was singing songs from Juhi Chawla’s popular movies continuously.
Earlier this week, on Monday, Juhi Chawla, social workers Viresh Malik and Tina Vachani moved the High Court, alleging that 5G technology has the potential to cause severe radiation effects on humans and permanent damage to the natural ecosystem. There is danger.
Juhi said that it has been revealed in all the research that RF radiation can prove to be very harmful. These radiations are not good for human health and safety. In such a situation, it should be ensured by the government that this testing will not cause any harm to any animal.