Juhi Chawla's application on 5G rejected, HC fined 20 lakh for the petition

The Delhi High Court said that it appears that this petition was filed only for publicity. HC directed Delhi Police to identify the person who obstructs the hearing and take appropriate action

Juhi Chawla's application on 5G rejected, HC fined 20 lakh for the petition

Hearing on the petition filed by Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla regarding 5G technology in Delhi High Court was held today. After the completion of the hearing, the High Court dismissed Juhi Chawla's petition. The court termed the petition as a petition without any concrete reasons. The court said that Juhi Chawla made a petition about 5G technology unnecessarily, while she could have written to the government before coming to the court.

Dismissing Juhi Chawla's petition, the Delhi High Court also said that the petitioner has misused the legal process. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 20 lakh on the petitioners for this reason. By putting up this petition, the petitioner wasted the valuable time of the court.


The Delhi High Court said that it appears that this petition was filed only for publicity. The court has asked the Delhi Police to identify the person who obstructs the hearing and take appropriate action against him.

The High Court, while giving a verdict on Juhi Chawla's petition, said that there is only a little information in this petition which is correct and based on facts, the rest is based on assumptions and doubts.
The debate over 5G testing is an ongoing one. Some are counting its benefits, while some believe that its testing can be harmful. In the midst of all this, actress Juhi Chawla raised her voice against 5G testing in the country and filed a petition against it in the Delhi High Court.

Juhi said that it has been revealed in all the research that RF radiation can prove to be very harmful. These radiations are not good for the health and safety of humans. It should be ensured by the government that RF rays will not cause any harm to any animal or any human being. She added that the testing should be stopped till complete research is done on this subject.