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New Delhi7 hours ago
The Delhi Police arrested Climate Disha Ravi on 14 February. The court will give its verdict on Disha’s bail plea on 23 February.
Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Saturday did not grant bail to Disha Ravi, a climate activist arrested in connection with a toolkit related to the farmers’ agitation. Hearing Disha’s bail plea, the court reserved the verdict. The court is likely to pronounce its judgment on Tuesday (23 February).
Earlier, the police told the court that direction was also involved in the global conspiracy to defame India. There was an attempt to spoil the atmosphere under the guise of the peasant movement. Disha not only created and shared a toolkit, but she was also in touch with a Khalistan advocate. Khalistani organizations used direction. However, Disha’s lawyer called these allegations baseless.
Big conspiracy behind the toolkit: police
Police said that the entire case was not just about the toolkit. Its real purpose was to discredit India and spread unrest. Disha deleted WhatsApp chat as she feared legal action. This shows that there was a huge conspiracy behind the toolkit.
Court asked for evidence
The court asked- What evidence do you have that there is a connection between the toolkit and the violence on 26 January. On this, Delhi Police said that investigation is going on. We have to find them.
Disha is on 3-day remand
Earlier on Friday, the court sent Disha to 3 days judicial custody. Earlier, she was on 5 days remand. Police had told the court that Disha had laid all the charges against co-accused Shantanu and Nikita Jacob in the case. So, we want Disha, Shantanu and Nikita to sit face to face and talk on 22 February. In such a situation, remand of direction is necessary.
Greta Thanberg came in support
International climate activist Greta Thunberg has also supported Disha Ravi. He wrote on social media on Friday that there can be no compromise with the right to speak and the right to peaceful protest. This should be a fundamental right in any democracy.
Earlier on February 3, Greta shared a toolkit related to the farmer movement on Twitter. The next day, he tweeted in a tweet that no power could stop him from supporting the farmers.
Direction arrested on 14 February
The direction was arrested by Delhi Police on 14 February. According to Delhi Police, Disha, who was involved in starting the Friday for Future campaign, circulated the toolkit by creating a Google Dock. For this, he formed the WhatsApp group. She was also involved in drafting this toolkit and shared the toolkit with Greta Thunberg.