The online hearing on 5G wireless network was interrupted thrice in the Delhi High Court on Wednesday as film actress and environmentalist Juhi Chawla has knocked the door of the Delhi High Court against the installation of 5G network in the country. At the same time, the Delhi High Court has reserved the order after hearing on Wednesday.
As soon as Juhi Chawla joined through the video, someone involved during the hearing started singing the popular song ‘Ghunghat Ki Aad Se Dilbar Ka’ from her 1993 film ‘Hum Hain Rahi Pyaar Ke’. On this, Justice JR Midha first asked to mute his mic, then someone started singing again, on which the court expressed its displeasure and issued a contempt notice to the court master, identifying these persons. The identity of the person asked to do has not been revealed yet.
When the hearing resumed, someone again started singing – Lal Lal Hoton Pe Gori Kis Kaam Hai– only to be removed from the hearing.
But this did not stop here where again someone sang- Meri Banno ki ayegi ki baarat. After this the High Court judge who was hearing the hearing got angry, “Please identify the person and issue a contempt notice.” It also asked the IT department of the Delhi High Court to identify the person and inform the Delhi Police for necessary action. Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla has reached Delhi High Court against 5G technology.
Juhi Chawla Files Case Against 5G Networks
Juhi Chawla along with two other petitioners, Viresh Malik and Tina Vachhani, in a petition, have asked the court to order government agencies to investigate and find out how safe 5G is for health. The petitioners demand that no private company, individual should be influenced by this investigation.
In this petition of about 5,000 pages, many government agencies like Department of Communications, Science and Engineering Research Board, Indian Council of Medical Research, Central Pollution Control Board , some universities and the World Health Organization have been made parties. Juhi Chawla, Viresh Malik and Tina Vachhani’s lawyer Deepak Khosla said, “There are serious dangers from such technology. We request that 5G be stopped until the government confirms that there is no threat from this technology. “