Delhi court grants bail to activist Disha Ravi in the toolkit case Environmental activist Disha Ravi (Disha Ravi Bail News), arrested from Bengaluru, has been granted bail by a Delhi court. The Sessions Court of Patiala House Court granted the bail plea of Disha Ravi. Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana granted bail to him with two bonds on bail of Rs 100,000. Earlier, the court sent him to 10-day police remand. The Delhi Police later appealed to the court for further remand, in which the court gave them another day’s remand. She is accused that she was also involved in the Khalistani connection in the peasant movement.
Toolkit Google Document Case
Earlier, environmental activist Disha Ravi reached the office of the Cyber Cell of Delhi Police on Tuesday in connection with the investigation of the ‘Toolkit Google Document’ prepared to support the farmers’ movement. The police had alleged that the toolkit was created as part of a conspiracy to spread violence and unrest in India in the name of farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws. Farmers from Punjab, Haryana, and western Uttar Pradesh have been protesting at various borders in Delhi to demand the withdrawal of the three agricultural laws of the Center.
Jacob and Mukul got anticipatory bail
Police had said that Disha is to face off with other accused Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk in the case. Jacob and Muluk joined the investigation on Monday. He was questioned at the office of the Cyber Cell of the Delhi Police in Dwarka. Bangalore police arrested Disha Ravi, a Delhi activist, in connection with an investigation into a “toolkit Google document” shared by environmental activist Greta Thunberg, while Jacob and Muluk were granted anticipatory bail by the court.