5G: High Court adjourns Juhi Chawla’s plea till 29th, the judge recuses himself from the case

Hearing on the petition against the deposit of the fine of Rs 20 lakh imposed on Juhi Chawla in the 5G case in the court

New Delhi: In the Delhi High Court, Justice Sanjeev Narula on Monday recused himself from hearing film actress Juhi Chawla’s application for dismissal of her suit against 5G wireless network technology. The Justice did not give any reason to recuse himself from hearing Chawla’s plea.Also Read – Delhi: In the fierce fire in Tikri Kalan, the warehouse was gutted, 40 fire fighters, 200 firefighters were engaged in operation

Due to this the hearing of the case was adjourned till July 29. Justice Sanjeev Narula said, “It should go to another bench. To be listed before another bench on July 29 as per the order of the Chief Justice.
Last week, Justice JR Midha had directed that instead of dismissing her suit against 5G technology after depositing the Rs 20 lakh fine imposed on Juhi Chawla in the case, an application seeking to declare it as denial. to be listed before Justice Narula. Also Read – Waiting for monsoon is not ending in Delhi, Meteorological Department said – will now predict rain on Monday

Chawla’s counsel argued that the suit, “never reached the stage of trial” and can only be denied or returned, not dismissed, under the Code of Civil Procedure. Also Read – Coronavirus in Delhi: 53 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi, 3 people died; Many restrictions still in place

In June, the court had termed the suit filed by Chawla and two others against bringing in 5G as “defective”, “abuse of process of law” and said it was filed to “gain publicity” and dismissed and fined.

Justice Midha had said that the suit, which raised questions about health hazards due to 5G technology, is “not maintainable” and is “full of unnecessary startling, frivolous and disturbing statements”. which are liable to be rejected.


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