Film songs echoed in the court hearing

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday heard online on the petition filed against actress Juhi Chawla’s 5G technology. When the bench of Justice JR Midha was hearing the arguments in the High Court, at the same time, one after the other film songs started appearing on the hearing page. Actually, Juhi Chawla shared the video link of the hearing on social media.

After getting the video link of the hearing in the court, many people joined it. During the debate, someone started singing a song – Dilbar ka in the guise of ghunghat… On this the court asked him to mute. After some time, the second song was heard on the video link – Lal-Lal lipon par gori kiska naam hai… The extent was over when the third song – Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baaraat began to resonate during the hearing. After this, expressing displeasure, the court ordered the court master to search these people and give contempt notice.

The bench of Justice Medha said, ‘We are shocked. I have never seen such a petition, in which a person comes to the court without any knowledge and says that investigate. If the petitioner has no knowledge about the subject, can the matter be allowed to be heard? What shall we allow? Allow the petition full of flaws. It seems that this petition has been filed purely for media publicity. This is shocking.

In the midst of this virtual hearing, a man was disappearing by singing songs again and again. This person first sang the song ‘Ghunghat Ki Aad Se’ from Juhi’s 1993 film Hum Hain Rahi Pyar. He left the hearing and later rejoined. This time she started singing ‘Lal-Lal Lipoon Pe’ from Juhi’s 1995 film Naajayaz. Sang again for the third time the song ‘Meri Banno Ki Aayegi Baaraat’ from Juhi’s 1993 film Aaina. Thereafter the hearing had to be stopped. Which started after that person was removed.

Juhi has demanded from the court that before the implementation of 5G technology, all the studies related to it should be read carefully, which is about the effect of radiation on mankind, animals and plants. At the same time, it should also be made clear whether there is any harm to the present and future generations of the country due to this technology.

Juhi Chawla has often been against the harmful radiation emanating from mobile towers and has also been making people aware about it. In 2008, he wrote a letter to the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis, warning about the harm to mankind, animals, birds and plants due to the radiation emitted from mobile towers and Wi-Fi hotspots.

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