Actor Juhi Chawla’s case against the implementation of 5G technology in India has been rejected by the Delhi High Court. The court stated in its order that “the lawsuit appeared to be brought for publicity” and imposed a fine of 1 rupees. 2 million.

Judge JR Midha said in passing the verdict that the plaintiff (Juhi Chawla and the other two petitioners) abused the legal process and imposed a fee of Rs. Two million are on them.

The court said in its order: “It seems that the lawsuit was filed for publicity. The plaintiff Juhi Chawla circulated a link to the hearing on social media, which caused three damages. The Delhi police should identify these people and take action against them. Destroyed.”

On Wednesday, the court retained the order retained in the matter.

At the hearing on Wednesday, he asked Deepak Khosla, the defense attorney who represented the plaintiff Chalva, with several questions. It asked whether the plaintiff had contacted the government through any representatives before coming to the court.

The court further asked Khosla what was the reason for coming to the court? The court suggested that if they (the government) make a decision against you, then you can come.

The actor, who has been actively raising awareness of the harmful effects of radio frequency radiation (RF), filed a lawsuit on May 31 to oppose the implementation of 5G mobile technology in India.

She claims that 5G technology exposes people and animals to radio frequency radiation that is 10 to 100 times larger than today.

According to the petition, the plaintiff sought guidance from the “array defendant” to prove that 5G technology is safe for humans and various organisms, and conducted research on radio frequency radiation as support.

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The spokesperson further stated that if it has not yet been conducted, effective research should also be conducted without the participation of private interests.


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