Justice Sanjeev Narula of the Delhi High Court today recused from hearing the application filed by Bollywood actor Juhi Chawla seeking replacement of the word "dismissed" with "rejection" in the judgment dismissing her plea against the 5G rollout in the country. .The matter will now be listed before another bench on July 29..On July 7, a Bench of Justice JR Midha had taken a strong exception to Chawla's plea seeking waiver of Rs. 20 lakh costs, calling it the most frivolous application he had seen. The judge went on to reiterate his June 4 direction to deposit the costs.Chawla had also sought a refund of the court fees deposited, to which the Court took an unfavourable view as well. ."Most frivolous application I have seen:" Delhi High Court on Juhi Chawla's pleas for waiver of Rs 20 lakh costs, refund of court fees in 5G case.Juhi Chawla along with Veeresh Malik and Teena Vachani (plaintiffs) had earlier filed a suit before the High Court, arguing that until and unless 5G technology is certified safe, its rollout should not be permitted..They had argued that it was an established fact that there could be danger of imminent nature due to 5G and as per Right to Information (RTI) responses, no studies had been conducted on the same..The Court had dismissed the plea on June 4 while imposing costs of Rs. 20 lakh on Chawla and others, labelling it as frivolous litigation, an abuse of process of law, and a publicity stunt.While dismissing the suit, the Court had also pointed out the several lapses in Chawla's plaint in terms of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC)..[BREAKING] "Suit was for publicity:" Delhi High Court dismisses plea by Juhi Chawla against 5G rollout, imposes costs of Rs 20 lakh.Subsequently, Chawla and the other plaintiffs filed applications before the High Court for refund of court fees and waiver of costs. Chawla’s counsel argued that the plaint, which never went up to the level of a suit, could only be rejected or returned according to the Civil Procedure Code, and not dismissed..Upon the counsel's request for more time to pay costs on the last date, the Court granted Chawla a week's time.The Court had then ordered the matter to be listed before Justice Narula today, after payment of costs.