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- After A Month Of Arrest In Toolkit Case Climate Activist Disha Ravi Posted Four Page Statement On Social Media
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On 23 February, the court gave a regular bail to Disha Ravi.
Climate activist Disha Ravi, who was in the spotlight on the toolkit case in support of the farmers’ movement, wrote a post on social media on Saturday. In this he shared his experiences. Disha has written that my freedom was violated. The TV news channels who want TRP termed me as the perpetrator.
Recalling the arrest in the toolkit case, the time spent in police and judicial custody in February, Disha wrote, “I forced myself to believe that the only way to get through this is to think that I can’t have this Used to be. The police did not knock on my door on 13 February 2021. He did not present me in the Patiala House Court.
Recalling the time spent in Tihar Jail, Disha Ravi said that at the end of 5 days (19 February 2021) I was sent to judicial custody for 3 days. In Tihar I knew every second of every minute of every hour of every day. Closed in my cell, I was wondering when it was a crime to think about this environment. On 23 February, the court gave a regular bail to Disha Ravi.
Activist Shubham Chaudhary asked for anticipatory bail
In the toolkit case, activist Shubham Chaudhary has sought anticipatory bail from the court. The Bombay High Court recently granted Chaudhary anticipatory bail till March 12, so that he could seek relief from the court in Delhi. Apart from this, the court will also hear the anticipatory bail of engineer-turned-leader Shantanu Muluk and lawyer Nikita Jacob. Both of them were given protection to avoid arrest till 15 March.
Ravi, Muluk and Jacob have been accused of conspiracy and treason in a case related to farmers’ protests. Police said that an attempt was made to discredit India through a toolkit and became the cause of violence. In his bail plea, Muluk claimed that he had made this document only giving information about the movement. It was later edited by others without his knowledge.