The actress’s application against the use of 5G technology was rejected as a source of cheap fame.
The court imposed a fine of Rs 2 million on Johi Chawla
Mumbai: Indian actress Johi Chawla has been fined Rs 2 million by the Delhi High Court. The Delhi High Court has rejected the actress’ application against the use of 5G technology in India. The court said in its verdict that the actress shared the case and court proceedings on social media for cheap fame.
The court rejected the actress’ application and imposed a fine of Rs 2 million on her. It should be noted that Indian actress Johi Chawla had filed a petition against the use of FiveG technology in her country. Indian media reports were saying that the technology.
India is also trying to stand with the world in the race of 5G and in places where testing of 5G has started in developed countries, India has also decided to use 5G technology in the country. However, Indian actress Johi Chawla The court had reached against the verdict.
The actress believes that our own research on high radiation emissions shows that wireless gadgets and large amounts of radiation emitted from network cell towers are dangerous to human life. She said that it is not only human. It will affect health and can even endanger people’s lives.