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Juhi Chawla declares war on 5G Networks, but why?

Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla claims that radiation from 5G technology has serious effects on humans and animals.

Ground Report | New Delhi: Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court against the use of 5G technology. In the draft of her petition, she has taken the position that the projects announced by various telecommunication companies for the installation of 5G networks will have a serious and irreparable effect on human beings and will lead to the loss of land. The environment is also at risk of permanent damage.

The government recently approved few telecom companies to test and build the infrastructure for the 5G mobile network in the country. However, actress Juhi Chawla expressed her deep concern and approached the Delhi High Court against Government.

In her petition, she has taken the position that if the proposed plans of 5G are implemented, it will not be safe from humans, birds, and other insects as well as various species of plants. It states that the radiation generated by the frequency of the 5G network will be ten to one hundred times higher than the existing 4G networks in the country. And because of this, all citizens, including plants and animals, will be affected.

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The Delhi High Court has referred the case to a two-judge bench, which is expected to hear the case soon. Actress Juhi Chawla has been working for the protection of the environment for a long time. Environmentalists in India have expressed concern that the radiation generated by 5G technology could be very harmful. Juhi Chawla filed the case in this context.

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Chawla’s lawyer Deepak Khosla filed the case. It states that the government claims that the technology is not harmful and if so, the government should publicly explain how it protects humanity, plants and animals. ‘

The government has initially allowed 5G network experiments in cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, and Hyderabad. It is being worked on rapidly and if all goes well, it will be implemented soon.

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Actress Juhi Chawla says she is not against technology, but she has “good reason to believe that radiation is extremely harmful to human health.” Even when the 2G, 4G network was introduced in India, many environmental organizations raised questions. There were a lot of discussions, especially when small birds like sparrows began to disappear in big cities like Delhi due to 4G radiation.

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