Made in Heaven Actress Yaaneea Bharadwaj Supports Actress Juhi Chawla In 5G Rollout Case

    Made in Heaven Actress Yaaneea Bharadwaj Supports Actress Juhi Chawla In 5G Rollout Case

    Yaaneea Bharadwaj Supports Actress Juhi Chawla In 5G Case

    Made in Heaven Actress Yaaneea Bharadwaj Supports Actress Juhi Chawla In 5G Rollout Case

    Made in heaven actress, Yaaneea Bharadwaj , has extended full support too Juhi CHawla and her stance in the 5g rollout case.On being asked about the lawsuit filed in the Delhi High Court by Juhi Chawla against the 5G rollout in India, she says, "5G technology in India is on the cusp of bringing a connectivity revolution. The technology is expected to be incredibly fast with high capacities but the radiation it will emit will be extremely harmful and injurious to the health and safety of the people, not just for the time being but in future also. It has a lot of adverse effects on not just human beings, but also on animals and birds. The implementation of 5G technology includes an increase in genetic damage, neurological disorders and functional change in the reproductive system. So we have no reason to believe that the 5G implementation is safe and I agree with what she has said."

    Adding to the same, she says, "At this point, there is no denying the fact that our environment is already changing at an unprecedented rate and the usage of new technologies might enhance those problems much earlier than expected. There are many major environmental concerns in the world right now which includes water pollution, deforestation and climate change. The effect that humanity is having on the environment and the planet is becoming even more important. Environmental activists like Greta Thunberg, through her initiatives, have led millions of people to protest against inaction on climate change. Her actions have urged people to save what is most important now. I support her and I am against everything that harms our planet and environment. It's our duty to nurture and preserve it."

    Lastly, she urges people to do their bit by using eco-friendly products. "We can start off by doing small things like using reusable bags, saving water, planting as many saplings as we can, saying no to plastic and recycling