The Delhi High Court dismissed a civil action brought by actor and environmentalist Juhi Chawla against the introduction of 5G because it was flawed, annoying and unserviceable.
The bank found that the civil lawsuit was filed for publication as the link to the hearing was posted on social media. The bank also oversaw the issuing of contempt for the people who stormed into the hearing and sang the actor’s movie songs.
In the present case, plaintiffs had filed a lawsuit against the list of 5G telecommunications services in the country, seeking injunctions against the steps the government would take to build a 5G network.
The plaintiff’s attorney alleged that steps such as frequency allocation and licensing would cause short and long-term harm to people, plants and animals and adversely affect the environment. The lawyer made it clear that the plaintiffs are not against the 5G policy, but against the measures that would be taken to implement it.
The attorney concluded that the public funds will be used to conduct studies on 5G services and these have not yet been completed, but the government has started implementation.
The bank found in the order that the plaintiffs abused and abused the process, and this can be seen from the evidence in which plaintiff 1 i.e. Juhi Chawla circulated the hearing link. The bank also expressed its displeasure with the multiple disruptions during the hearing.
The bank ordered plaintiffs to deposit Rs. 20 lakh. The lawyer prayed in front of the bank for a deferral of the costs, but was refused by the bank on the grounds that the matter was settled and the parties should have known the limits.
The Bank also found that the plaintiffs had failed to bring a lawsuit and sued in a representative capacity and therefore believed the lawsuit to be defective and unworkable.