The judge was hearing three applications moved by the actor for refund of court fees, waiver of costs and replacing the word "dismissed" in the judgement with "rejected".
According to the court, the plea was filed to gain publicity as Juhi circulated the link of the hearing on social media.
The actress said concerned authorities should make public all data associated with the technology, in order to clear the air.
Justice J R Midha will pass the order on the plea which has sought a direction to the authorities to certify to the public at large that how 5G technology is safe to humans and animals.
Justice J R Midha said the plaintiffs, Chawla and two others, were required to first approach the government for their rights and if denied, they should come to the court.
The global challenges posed by 2020 notwithstanding, the company is excited about the future, Borje Ekholm said, noting that the pace of innovation is higher than ever before.
The Department of Telecommunications has also denied the claim of linking the COVID-19 pandemic to the 5G technology as false, and said it has no scientific basis.