‘Defective, Vexatious’: Delhi High Court Dismisses Juhi Chawla’s Civil Suit Against 5G Roll Out With Rs 20 Lakhs Cost

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‘Defective, Vexatious’: Delhi High Court Dismisses Juhi Chawla’s Civil Suit Against 5G Roll Out With Rs 20 Lakhs Cost

Case: Juhi Chawla and others v Science and Engineering Research Board and others

Coram: Justice J R Midha

Case No: CS(OS) 262/2021

Court Observation: “They(plaintiffs) have abused and misused process of law. Plaintiffs are directed to deposit cost of 20 lakhs within one week. DSLSA to utilise it for cause of victims of road accidents. If any proceedings are instituted, this judgement be produced before the court. It appears plaintiffs have filed this suit for publicity, which is clear by the plaintiff 1 sharing links of the hearing on her social media, which lead to multiple disruptions in the hearing”

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