Supreme Court in March of 2017 directed BSNL to deactivate one of its cell phone towers, located in a residential area in Gwalior since 2003, on the suspicion by a petitioner that it might have caused the cancer of a resident, working in its vicinity.
While, it has been recognized by several courts across the globe that cell phone towers have the potential of harming human life by the radiations emitted by it, this does not necessarily mean that the everyone will get a relief. In your case, since Aircel has already shut down its services, then you might contact the local authorities such as the civic bodies, for the removal of the tower from your property or you can go forward and file a petition or a civil suit.
You can also contact Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) enumerating your grievances and the problems that the tower is causing to you and the general public at large.
Hope this answers your question!