Toolkit case : Delhi court sent Disha Ravi on one-day police remand on Monday 22 February
The order on Friday had been gone by the court as her five-day Delhi Police remand came to an end. The Delhi Police had sought the three-day judicial custody of the 22-year-old activist, with the prosecutor saying, “Disha was evasive during interrogation.”
Hearing the arrest of 22-year-old climate activist Disha Ravi from the Delhi Police, on Monday 22 February, a Delhi court sent her on a one-day police remand.On Monday, the court was hearing Delhi Police's application for an additional five-day remand.
The court on Friday ordered that his five-day Delhi Police remand be over. The Delhi Police had sought three-day judicial custody of the 22-year-old worker, with the prosecutor stating, "The direction during the interrogation was malleable."
Meanwhile, the sessions court is scheduled to order on Ravi's bail application on Tuesday.On Saturday, the court heard the arguments of both the prosecution and the defense in the case of Ravi's bail plea and reserved the case for Tuesday, 23 February.
Ravi was arrested by the Delhi Police on Saturday for "sharing and spreading" a toolkit involving farmers' protests, posted by Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg.
“In the process, they all worked together with the pro-Khalistan Desert Foundation to spread disagreement against the Indian state. She was the one who shared the 'Toolkit' document with Greta Thunberg. Later, he mistakenly asks Greta to get rid of the doctor after he enters property rights. The Delhi Police statement further stated that she often did two-line edits, claiming that she did.