Toolkit case: Patiala House court sends Disha Ravi on one day police remand, Delhi police ask for 5 days custody

Environmental activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested in the toolkit case, has been remanded to judicial custody by the Patiala House court on Monday. Pankaj Sharma attended. On this occasion, Delhi Police asked Disha Ravi for a five-day remand from the court, rejecting the order, and the court ordered Disha to send him on one day only.

According to information, the lower court had sent him to judicial custody for three days on Friday after the five-day police remand of Disha Ravi expired. Disha was arrested by Delhi Police’s Cyber ​​Cell on Saturday, February 13. A case has been filed against Desha for treason and other charges.

Disha got in touch with Ravi Khalistan supporters: Delhi Police

Disha Ravi’s bail plea was protested by Delhi Police on Saturday in Patiala House Court alleging that he was preparing this document (toolkit) with Khalistan supporters. At the same time, they were part of a global conspiracy to discredit India and create unrest in the country in the wake of peasant demonstrations.

This was not just a ‘toolkit’, the police had informed Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana. Its real plan was to discredit India and create unrest in the country. Disha police have deleted chats, emails and other evidence on WhatsApp and the Delhi Police alleges that they know what legal action they may face.

Police argued before the court that if Disha did nothing wrong, why did he hide his messages and delete the evidence. Police allege that this showed his malicious plans. Delhi Police has accused her of being part of the Indian chapter of a global conspiracy to stir up India and create unrest in the sluggishness of farmers’ demonstrations. He got in touch with Khalistan supporters to produce and share the ‘toolkit’.

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