What did the court say on the petition
On the petition of Juhi Chawla, who banned the 5G network, the Delhi High Court said that only a few arguments are correct in this petition. Most of the facts in the petition are based only on speculations.
Full facts and information should be submitted to the court
The High Court had said that when any petition is filed in the court, then the court expects that complete facts and information regarding it should be submitted to the court.
Court time should not be wasted
His time should not be wasted by filing a petition in the court. Along with this, the High Court also said that the full fee of the case has not been deposited by the petitioner.
Juhi Chawla did not pay the fees as per the rules
The court has directed Juhi Chawla’s lawyer to pay the full fees. According to media reports, Juhi Chawla did not pay the fees for this petition as per the rules.
Juhi Chawla asked questions on 5G testing
Juhi Chawla had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court to stop the 5G trial starting in the country. Juhi Petition had said in its petition that before starting 5G technology in the country, it should be studied. It is being claimed in many reports that harmful effects are being seen on humans, animals and trees and birds due to 5G radiations.
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