bollywood actress in delhi high court Juhi Chawla During the virtual hearing on Wednesday (June 2, 2021) on a petition challenging the 5G technology of India, a person started humming the song of the actress’s film. Due to this disturbance, the judge had to stop the hearing midway. After that he was thrown out of the hearing The court resumed the hearing. But, being troubled by repeated interference in the hearing, the court issued a contempt notice against the person and ordered the police to take action after looking for him.
After the Delhi High Court issued contempt notice on a person who interrupted the hearing in actress #JuhiChawla‘s petition against roll-out of #5G services, it has been found that the actress had broadcasted the link to the hearing on her #Instagram, inviting people to join in. https://t.co/BlK5kNtmj0 pic.twitter.com/LoJT4nJjjl
— Live Law (@LiveLawIndia) June 2, 2021
Court As soon as the hearing began, obstacles started coming. As soon as the hearing started, the person started looking for Juhi Chawla. During the hearing, the voice started coming, where is Juhi madam, where is it? During this, the court was talking to Juhi’s lawyer about receiving the note by email, but the court did not pay heed to it.
Court says it will start once note from Khosla is received.
Someone keeps interrupting: Where is Juhi ma’am? I can’t see Juhi ma’am. #JuhiChawla
— Bar & Bench (@barandbench) June 2, 2021
As the proceedings of the case proceeded, the man started humming songs from Juhi Chawla’s films. The court then ordered the authorities to mute him.
On the person’s song, petitioner Juhi Chawla’s lawyer Deepak Khosla said, “I hope it is not distracting from the hearing.” He accused the man of being sent by telecom companies.
But this does not stop the music from listening, because the same person again started singing songs from Juhi Chawla’s films. This time the court asked the court master to lock the person out of the online hearing.
Same person sings another song.
— Bar & Bench (@barandbench) June 2, 2021
However, the person being locked up was not enough to prevent him from hearing. He somehow joined the online hearing again and started singing again. This time the court’s patience was broken and he identified the person and ordered to take action against him. Along with this, a contempt of court notice was issued against him. The court asked the officials to approach the IT department of Delhi Police.
According to a tweet by an India Today journalist, the man, who attended the court hearing by making a fake ID, sang songs like “Ghunghat ki aad se Dilwar ka”, “Lal lal lipon pe gori kiska naam hai” and “Meri banno ki aayegi baraat”. Sing.
Songs like “ghoonghat ki aad se”, “laal laal hoton pe” and “meri banno ki aayegi baraat” being sung by said person who has joined under a fake name.
HC takes strong objection and says content notice will be issued. HC asks Delhi Police IT team to look into it.
— Nalini (@nalinisharma_) June 2, 2021
Juhi Chawla had posted the link of the hearing on social media
It is worth noting that Bollywood actress Juha Chawla had filed a petition in the court against 5G technology. He gave the link of the online hearing of the case social media But, so that people can participate in the court proceedings. Sharing the link, he wrote, “If you feel this (5G) bothers you in any way then feel free to attend our first virtual hearing held in Delhi High Court which is on June 2 at 10.45 am. It will be at Link in my bio.”
Hum…tum aur 5G! 😁👍
If you do think this concerns you in anyway, feel free to join our first virtual hearing conducted at Delhi High Court, to be held on 2nd June, 10.45 AM onwards 🙏 Link in my bio. https://t.co/dciUrpvrq8
— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) June 1, 2021
In a video message on Instagram, the actress had asked her followers to attend the hearing.
Juhi Chawla filed suit against 5G technology
Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla filed a case against the implementation of 5G technology in India on 31 May 2021. He said that if 5G technology is implemented, humans will get exposure at the rate of radiofrequency radiation (RF), which will produce radiation 10 times or 100 times more than the present.