Toolkit Case: Climate activist Disha Ravi to stay back in Delhi for 2 weeks

Prasanna said that the legality has been completed, but he may need to assist the Delhi Police and its legal team, and hence he has been asked to remain back. consistent with Prasanna, Disha has been given strict instructions to not ask the media till the matter is resolved.

Toolkit Case: Climate activist Disha Ravi to stay back in Delhi for 2 weeks
Climate activist Disha Ravi to stay back in Delhi for 2 weeks

Climate activist Disha Ravi will stay in Delhi for subsequent fortnight . “Disha will stay in Delhi for subsequent 15 days. He are often involved questioning at any time by the Delhi Police. she is going to return only then , ”explained Prasanna R., one among the directives and family friend of Disha Ravi. Disha was charged with treason after he was arrested on February 13 during a "toolkit" case involving farmers' protests and was granted bail on Tuesday.

Prasanna said that the legality has been completed, but he may need to assist the Delhi Police and its legal team, and hence he has been asked to remain back. consistent with Prasanna, Disha has been given strict instructions to not ask the media till the matter is resolved. "We don't want any complication and their lawyers have strict instructions that they ought to not ask the media until the matter is resolved," Prasanna said. chatting with TNIE, Disa's distraught mother Manjula said, "We will need to await 15 more days to satisfy them.

I am not very sure what the important reasons are, but we've been told that she is going to be back home only fortnight later. ”Manjula remains worried about her daughter, but says she is extremely pleased with her daughter and can get justice. "My daughter has done no wrong, I know. during this case, getting bail only proves it. i'm sure it'll all be over soon. Following Disha's arrest, several other climate activists remain mute on the difficulty .

Speaking to TNIE, a young climate activist said, "Right now, we do not want to talk anything. we expect the police can come after any folks . However, BT Venkatesh, senior advocate and founding father of Reach-Lawyer, a network of human rights advocates, said, "The bail being given to young activists like Disha and Naudip Kaur shows that the govt cannot sit silent." Youngsters must speak and will not be scared of anything or anyone. Revolution doesn't happen when people remain silent. "