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Juhi Chawla shares thoughts on 5G suit, 'An important message got lost in the voice,' says actress

Juhi Chawla's suit against the implementation of 5G in India was dismissed by the High Court recently. Now the actress shared a video addressing the same on her Instagram account.

Juhi Chawla shares thoughts on 5G suit, 'An important message got lost in the voice,' says actress-SYT
Mumbai, First Published Jun 9, 2021, 3:59 PM IST
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Mumbai: Actor Juhi Chawla took to her Instagram account, talking and sharing her reason for approaching the court against the rollout of 5G technology in India.

Juhi Chawla, in her video, stated that the petitioners aren't against 5G and only want it to be certified safe.

Juhi also believes that the important message got lost in the noise surrounding the case.



A post shared by Juhi Chawla (@iamjuhichawla)

She said, "There has been so much noise in the past few days that I couldn't even hear myself. I feel like a very important message got lost in the noise. That is, we are not against 5G. In fact, we are welcoming of it. All we're asking is that the authorities certify it safe. We are just asking them to publish their studies in the public domain so our fears are allayed."

"We just want to know that it is safe for children, pregnant women, unborn children, for people who are old and infirm…for flora and fauna. That is all we're asking," she added.

Juhi Chawla had filed a case in the Delhi High Court raising concerns about the safety of 5G technology.

The suit was filed through advocate Deepak Khosla, sought that the authorities clarify whether the technology poses any threat to the living organism.

The High Court later dismissed the case presided by Justice JR Midha. The court also filed plaintiffs, including Juhi Chawla for 20 lakh.

Justice Midha had said, "Plaintiffs abused process of law. Costs of Rs 20 lakh is imposed on the plaintiff. It a[ppears suit was for publicity. Juhi Chawal circulated link of hearing on social media."

The original petition was reportedly filed by Juhi Chawla, Veeres Malik, and Teena Vachani. They claimed that the untested implementation of 5G could cause irreversible damage to the environment.

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