PTA responds about 5G’s negative consequences: SHC

The Sindh High Court (SHC) has sent a notification to Pakistan Telecommunication Technology (PTA) about the harmful effects of 5G technology on health.

The court, which sent a notification to the PTA, said it would continue the process after receiving a response from telecommunications regulators.

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“Will PTA be able to explain whether 5G is detrimental to health or not. the world is getting more advanced in the field of information and technology, why should it be banned?”

The minister announced that 5G technology will provide opportunities for a developing technological environment in a country that is conducive to economic prosperity.

#5G, #PTA, #Shc Published in Lahore Herald

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Lahore Herald is a Pakistani internet media company based in Lahore,it began operations as a social news and entertainment company with a focus on digital media

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Lahore Herald is a Pakistani internet media company based in Lahore,it began operations as a social news and entertainment company with a focus on digital media

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