New Delhi: On Monday, Patiala House Court Chief Judicial Magistrate Dr. Pankaj Sharma presented before the judicial custody term of Disha Ravi, an environmental activist arrested in the toolkit case. aDuring this, the Delhi Police asked for a five-day remand of Disha Ravi from the court.
According to the information, a lower court on Friday sent him to judicial custody for three days after Disha Ravi’s five-day police remand expired. Disha was arrested by the Cyber Cell of the Delhi Police from Bengaluru on Saturday 13 February. Disha has been booked under sedition and other charges.
Disha Ravi was in touch with Khalistan supporters: Delhi Police
On Saturday, the Delhi Police protested against the bail plea of Disha Ravi in the Patiala House Court, alleging that she was preparing this document (toolkit) with Khalistan supporters. At the same time, she was part of a global conspiracy to discredit India and create unrest in the country under the guise of peasant demonstrations.
The police had said before Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana that this was not merely a ‘toolkit’. Its real plan was to discredit India and create unrest in the country. The Delhi Police alleged that Disha deleted chats, emails and other evidence on WhatsApp and she was aware of what legal action she might face.
The police argued before the court that if Disha had not done any wrongdoing, why did he hide his messages and erase the evidence. Police alleged that this showed his nefarious plan. The Delhi Police alleged that she was part of the Indian chapter of a global conspiracy to defame India, create unrest under the guise of peasant demonstrations. She was in touch with Khalistan supporters to prepare and share a ‘toolkit’.