Delhi: Actor Juhi Chawla had filed a suit against the implementation of 5G in India as it poses radiation risk. On Tuesday (June 2), the hearing took place virtually at Delhi High Court, and interestingly, the hearing was interrupted by a man who started singing songs from actor’s films. He first sang ‘Ghoonghat Ki Aad Se’ from Juhi film, Hum Hain Rahi Pyar Ke (1993). After singing the song, he left the hearing, only to rejoin later. This time, he started singing ‘Lal Lal Hothon Pe’ from the film Naajayaz (1995). He left the virtual hearing for the second time and rejoined again only to sing ‘Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baraat’ from the film Aaina (1993).
After the third time, the hearing had to be stopped because of the bizarre disruption and was resumed after the man was removed from the session. However, the Delhi High Court has taken the matter very seriously and issued a contempt notice to the man. The court has also directed the police to search for the person and take legal action against him.
Earlier, Juhi had posted about the virtual hearing on social media. She wrote, “Hum…tum aur 5G! If you do think this concerns you in any way, feel free to join our first virtual hearing conducted at Delhi High Court, to be held on 2nd June, 10.45 AM onwards Link in my bio (sic).”
Juhi had moved the Delhi High Court raising concerns with respect to the ‘untested’ implementation of 5G technology in India. She has filed a lawsuit against the implementation of 5G technology in the country. It also demands research into the possible impacts of the radiation from the 5G wave on humans and other living organisms.