Electric circuit with antenna
This is getting ridiculous. You keep posting these drawings that are barely legible. The scribbling is bad enough, but the uncropped images are unacceptable. The image you originally posted below was 2500 x 1667 pixels, even though the drawing occupied only a small piece of that. I cropped it to just around the drawing, which resulted in 300 x 476 pixels. That can be displayed natively in a post here (up to 640 pixels wide is apparently the limit), so the result isn't shrunk to oblivion like your original. It still looks like it was drawn by a second grader with crayons, but is more readable.
I fixed it for you this one time. I'm not going to do that again. Next time your question will simply be closed. Don't be so lazy. Stop disrespecting the volunteers here you are asking for free help.
And no, saying you don't know how to crop images, use MathJax, create legible schematics, or anything else to produce a properly readable post is no excuse. Do it right, or you don't get to do it here.
Suppose we have this circuit with an antenna.In order for the antenna to radiate EM fields electrons must accumulate to and from the edge of the antenna.
But how does that happen since an antenna is an open circuit?And how do we apply Kirchoff's laws in that case?