The Delhi High Court on Friday dismissed the 20 lakh cost of actor Juhi Chawla from the charge of suing 5G wireless network technology and said the complaint was flawed and filed for publicity. Judge JR Midha – the plaintiffs – Chawla and two others – have abused and misused the legal process and lost court time. The court said the lawsuit was filed for publicity, as it was clear that Chawla had posted a video conference link to the hearing on his social media account, which was repeatedly interrupted by unknown individuals.
The court also issued contemptuous remarks against strangers and asked the Delhi Police to identify them. After the order was issued, Chawla’s lawyers requested a stay in court, which the judge completely denied.
Meanwhile, Juhi Chawla has filed a complaint in Delhi Court about the health risks associated with 5G Telecom technology. He asked the citizens of the network to do some research on the harmful effects of radiation. Juhi took to Instagram this morning to talk about how exponentially radiation will increase with 5G and asked interested people at the first virtual hearing being held in Delhi’s High Court.
Chawla joined the South African virtual procedure on Wednesday (June 2). When the court began hearing the case, an unidentified man entered the virtual hearing interrupting the proceedings. The man started singing some of the hit songs from Juhi’s Bollywood Films. The man’s actions caused the hearing to be suspended periodically and the court’s instructions, the person repeatedly withdrew from the hearing, but he continued to meet and began singing until the proceedings were closed.
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