Mumbai: An Indian court has given a week to Johi Chawla to pay a fine of Rs 2 million in the Five G case.
Former Bollywood actress Johi Chawla had last month approached a court in India against the use of FiveG technology, on which the Delhi High Court rejected Johi Chawla’s plea and imposed a fine of Rs 2 million on her.
The Delhi High Court had termed the petition to stop the use of FiveG technology in India as a step taken by the actress for cheap fame and said that it seems that Johi Chawla has done it for personal promotion.
According to Indian media reports, the Delhi High Court has expressed surprise over actress Johi Chawla’s failure to pay a fine of Rs 2 million so far, saying “it seems the plaintiff is not ready to pay the fine”.
In his remarks, the Delhi High Court judge said that the court has the power to send a contempt of court notice to actress Johi Chawla in the case.
To which Johi Chawla’s lawyer said that the actress never said that she would not pay the fine, I understand the decision of the court very well.
Later, the court gave another week to Johi Chawla to pay a fine of Rs 2 million in the FiveG technology case.
It should be noted that actress Johi Chawla had said in her petition that 5G technology is dangerous for human health so it should be banned in India.