Juhi Chawla has filed a lawsuit against the introduction of 5G in India as it poses a risk to radiation.
Delhi:Actress Juhi Chawla has filed a lawsuit against the launch of 5G in India as it poses a risk of radiation. He started by singing ‘Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se’ in Juhi’s film, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993). After singing the song, she stopped listening and joined later.
During this time, he began singing ‘Lal Lal Hothon Pe’ from the film Naajayaz (1995). He left a visual impression a second time and joined again only to sing ‘Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat’ from the film Aaina (1993).
After the third, the hearing was forced to be suspended due to a strange disruption and continued after the man was removed from the program. However, the Delhi High Court took the matter seriously and issued a notice of contempt for the man. The court also ordered the police to search for the man and take legal action against him.
Earlier Juhi had written about visible listening on social media. He wrote, “Hum… tum aur 5G! If you think this worries you in any way, feel free to join our first hearing held in the Delhi High Court, which will take place on 2 June.
Juhi has filed a motion in the Delhi High Court raising concerns about the ‘untested’ implementation of 5G technology in India. He has filed a lawsuit against the introduction of 5G technology in the country. It also seeks research into the potential effects of radiation from 5G waves on humans and other organisms.