Bollywood’s veteran actress Juhi Chawla is known for her outspoken personality as she expresses her opinion on every issue. Along with this, she also keeps people aware of safety, cleanliness and the environment. 5G technology is going to be implemented in India soon. According to several studies, 5G technology may cause a negative impact on the environment as well as on the health of the people. Juhi Chawla had been trying to establish awareness among the people against the harmful radiation emanating from 5G mobile towers for a long time. Recently, she filed a case against the implementation of 5G, for which the first hearing was to be held today. However, the petition of the actress has been transferred to another bench and now it will be heard on June 2.
The petition, filed by Juhi Chawla, demands that before the implementation of 5G technology within the country, all facets and studies related to it should be closely looked at and investigated. Only after meticulous investigations, the implementation of this technology in India would be moved forward.
In this petition, Juhi Chawla has asked the Telecom Ministry of the Government of India to closely study the impact of the implementation of 5G technology on common people, all animals and flora and fauna.
The actress said that she is not against the implementation of advanced technologies. She clarified that she enjoys using the latest products with the best technology. However, she said that several pieces of research and studies related to wire-free gadgets and network cell towers clearly show that this radiation is extremely harmful to people’s health.
Juhi Chawla’s spokesperson said that the implementation of 5G technology in India will affect humankind, women, men, adults, children, babies, animals, animals, flora and the environment. The effects should be studied thoroughly and all the reports made or done related to it should be made public. It is necessary to clarify from such a study whether 5G technology is safe or not for the present and future generation of India and only then it should be implemented.