Juhi Chawla said that the 5G plans pose a serious, irreversible impact on humans and endanger permanent damage to all the Earth’s ecosystems.
Juhi Chawla Files Case Against 5g
Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla on Monday moved the Delhi High Court against setting up a 5G wireless network in the country and raised issues related to the effects of radiation on citizens, animals, flora and fauna.
The case came up for hearing to Justice C Harishankar, who transferred the case to another bench for hearing on 2 June. Juhi Chawla said that if the plans of the telecom industry are fulfilled, no person, any animal, any bird, any insect and any plant on earth will be able to escape its effects.
He said that with these 5G plans there is a serious, irreversible effect on humans and there is a danger of permanent damage to all the Earth’s ecosystems. The petition, filed through advocate Deepak Khosla, requested the authorities to direct that 5G technology is safe for mankind, man, woman, adult, child, infant, animals and every kind of fauna, flora. .
Let me tell you that many things are being said about 5G technology for the last few days. It has been attributed to corona virus in many viral messages.
COAI, a platform of private-sector mobile telecom service providers, has written to the Ministry of Information and Technology seeking to remove fake and misleading social media messages citing 5G technology as the cause of the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) said that the claims of linking 5G to the corona virus are baseless as 5G telecom networks are yet to be established in the country. Not only this, the telecom operators have not even started the trial of 5G network. COAI members include companies like Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea. PIB has also rejected such claims related to 5G.
It is being claimed in an audio message that 5G network is being tested in the states due to which people are dying and it is being called. #Covid19 Is being named. #PIBFactCheck: This claim #Fuzzy is. Please do not spread confusion by sharing such fake messages. pic.twitter.com/JZA9o5TuRv
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