Juhi Chawla Asks Fans To Join Her High Court Hearing Against India's 5G Trials, Results In Visitor Singing Songs

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The virtual hearing in the Delhi High Court for the appeal filed by Bollywood actor Juhi Chawla on Wednesday(2 June) was interrupted by an unidentified visitor who started singing songs from Chawla's movies.

Earlier, Chawla had posted the link of virtual hearing on her Instagram account and urged her followers multiple times to join the meeting.

The delays began right from the start of the hearing when someone constantly asked, "where is Juhi ma'am. I can't see Juhi ma'am." as per a report in Bar and Bench.

Justice J R Midha, hearing the case, initially asked the court staff to mute the person.

"I hope these are not distractions from the defendants," said Deepak Khosla, who appeared for Chawla.

When the singing did not stop, the Court asked the court master to lock the meeting. After a while, the hearing was again interrupted by the same person singing songs.

The Court then decided to go ahead and direct contempt of court action.

"Please identify and issue contempt notice. Contact Delhi Police IT Department. We will issue notice," directed Justice Midha.

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