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“Very Important Message Lost In Noise”: Juhi Chawla Shares New Video On 5G Case

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Juhi Chawla on 5G case: Actor Juhi Chawla has shared a new video on her social media opening up about her reasons for approaching the Court against the rollout of 5G technology in India. She reiterated that the petitioners aren’t against the establishment of 5G wireless network in the country but only want it to be certified safe. The 5G  lawsuit was filed by the actor on May 31.

Chawla’s petition against the rollout of 5G in the country was dismissed by the Delhi High Court, which said the lawsuit was apparently “for publicity”. The court also said the petitioners should pay Rs. 20 lakh. The actor put out a video explaining how an important message got lost in “the noise” surrounding the case.

In the video, she says there was so much noise in the past few days that she could not hear herself.  “And that was, we are not against 5G. In fact, we are welcoming of it. All we’re asking the authorities to certify it safe.” she said on Wednesday in a one-and-half minutes video shared on Instagram and Twitter.

“We are just asking them to publish their studies in the public domain so our fears are allayed,” she added. She further said that as citizens they just want to know that it is safe for children, pregnant women, unborn children, elderly people and others who could be in danger because of the technology.

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Juhi Chawla on 5G case: What is the lawsuit about?

Chawla had filed a case in the Delhi High Court raising concerns about the safety of the installation of the 5G network in India. The suit questioned the risk of radiation it poses and sought that the authorities clarify whether the technology is a threat to living organisms.

In the lawsuit, Chawla said if the telecom industry’s plans for 5G to become a reality, it would cause irreversible damage to the environment and “no person, animal, bird, insect and plant on earth will be able to avoid exposure, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to radiation 10x to 100x times greater than what exists today.” Read on to know more about Juhi Chawla 5G case here.