Juhi Chawla in the lawsuit against 5G: I’ve been talking about radiation for the last 10 years

Juhi Chawla in the lawsuit against 5G: I’ve been talking about radiation for the last 10 years

Actor Juhi Chawla has responded to criticism received by the lawsuit against the implementation of 5G in India. After more research on 5G wireless network radiation, he said he is convinced that people will be convinced of his discussion and agree with his reason.

The first virtual hearing of the case took place on Monday in the Delhi High Court. After filing a lawsuit against the establishment of 5G wireless networks, the actor shared while he was not against technological advances. He believed there was good reason to believe that radiation was “very harmful and harmful and detrimental to people’s health and safety.”

Juhi Chawla went to Instagram on Tuesday evening to share a video explaining to her followers why she decided to file the lawsuit. The actor began addressing his critics as he believed he had woken up to the controversial 5G network.

“I read some tweets. Some offered me strength, praising me for doing the right thing. Then I saw some memes. I had a good laugh. I have to applaud creativity. I always think about how people think so fast. It was very interesting. Some said, ‘Alas, you woke up today and filed a lawsuit’. I want to tell them that I didn’t wake up today. For the past 10 years, I’ve been talking about safe cell phone use, radiation, and I’ve raised awareness about these things. Why did I do that? Our phones are powered by radio waves, which are increasing in our environment. Now, it’s a very big leap from 4G to 5G. The radiation will increase exponentially. In moderation everything is fine, but when it is excessive, we will know the consequence of it. You feel the negative effects of that. Has anyone researched these radiations that have spread in our country in the last 20-25 years? Read on a little more about it and I hope you are convinced and join me, ”Juhi said in the three-minute video.

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Meanwhile, the virtual hearing of the lawsuit repeatedly had interruptions from strangers as they sang popular songs from Juhi Chawla’s films. Someone entered the virtual court on the WebEx platform at least three times and started singing songs like “Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat” and “Ghoonghat ki Aad Se”. Users appeared on the screen with names like ‘Manisha Koirala’ and ‘Jahnvi’.


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