Juhi Chawla against 5G, fined 20M on pleading.

Juhi Chawla's petition against 5G
⟶ Juhi Chawla's petition against 5G
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India is finally moving towards 5G internet technology after years of effort. But suddenly there is a wave of critiques who are against it. According to some activists, the 5G technology is harmful to people. Also actress and environmental activist Juhi Chawla against 5G, pleaded to the court.

She did not only rejected the 5G LTE network idea verbally but also went to court. And the more shocking news is that the court dismissed the petition and fined her. But why 5G technology is harmful? And why the actress charged heavily petitioning against it? Read everything about this case here.

What Juhi says about 5G technology

The actor stated that she is not opposed to technical progress. However, she is concerned about the public’s health. According to her, she is not opposed to the implementation of technological advancements. On the other hand, she appreciates using the most up-to-date products available these days of technology, such as communications networks.

However, when using modern devices, we are constantly in conflict. She claimed to have researched radiations from wireless devices and networks. And she got to the conclusion that we have good grounds to believe that the radiation is quite unsafe. It has the potential to harm people’s health and safety. According to her, using 5G we will expose to 100 times more radiations.

‘We have sufficient reason to believe that the radiation is extremely harmful and injurious to the health and safety of the people.’

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Petition by Juhi Chawla against 5G

Recently, environmental activist and actress Juhi filed a lawsuit to stop internet advancement. Before 5G is given out to the general public, Bollywood superstar Juhi Chawla says it should be “confirmed safe.” She filed a case in the Delhi High Court against 5G. but the court dismissed it and charged her.

India is ready for the debut of 5G internet. On this, Chawla expressed her reservations about the technology. She argued that 5G radiation can cause harm to humans. As a result, she demanded that the technology be put to the test. In the Delhi High Court, she and two petitioners, Malik and Teena filed a lawsuit. They stated that it is a scientific truth that a 5G may pose a serious threat to the environment. Ignoring the fact that there is no relevant research to back up this claim.

Why court dismissed Juhi’s petition?

The court refused to accept the plea. Chief Justice believes the action was filed only to gain attention. The court also ordered Chawala and the others petitioners to submit a compliance notice.

According to Law, online legal news sources in India, the court stated, “Plaintiffs exploited the judicial process. They are required to pay Rs20 lakh in costs.” There is no basis for granting leave to file a lawsuit under Section.

They also added, The claim is broken and unmaintainable. There is no firsthand experience with the assertions. The complaint is not maintainable. because it is based on legal advice. The issue has been resolved. On social media, Juhi Chawla also shared links to the hearing. In addition, the court declared in its decision that Chawla, Malik, and Teena had been fined. The fine is INR 2 million for manipulating the legal system.

India’s reaction to this case

When the court dismissed the case, Indian social media users came up with loaded guns of hilarious memes. They gave a backfire on the actress’s stance. Soon, the internet filled with actress’s pictures and mocking tweets. Let’s see how the public made hilarious comments on Juhi Chawla against the 5G case.

Public’s reaction to Juhi’s case

Another Twitter user stated

India's reaction to Juhi Chawla's petition
India’s reaction to Juhi Chawla’s petition
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However, she defended herself by stating that all she wants to do is to prevent. She is not against technology at all.

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