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Disha Ravi sent to judicial custody for 3 days, police told the court- It is inappropriate to answer

Climate activist Disha Ravi, detained in Toolkit case, was sent to judicial custody for three days today (February 19, 2021). Police direction in Patiala House Court at the end of police custody Was introduced. The court gave its verdict while hearing the case. Police said in front of the court that she wanted to interrogate Disha in front of Shantanu and Nikita.

Explain that the Delhi Police, while seeking custody of Disha for three days from the court today, told the court that Disha Ravi comes to answer questions. He also gave notice to Shantanu, the other accused in the case. He will be involved in the investigation on 22 February. In such a situation, Disha will be confronted with him because during interrogation, Disha has made all the allegations against Nikita and Shantanu.

Here, Siddharth Aggarwal in the court on behalf of Disha Lobbying. He demanded to present the case diary. The court was told that Disha Ravi has applied for bail, which will come up for hearing on February 20.

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Significantly, Disha Ravi is accused of editing the toolkit associated with the peasant movement. On February 13, Cyber ​​Cell Team of Delhi Police arrested Disha from Soladevanhalli area of ​​Bangalore in this case. He is a graduate from BBA and is also a founding member of an organization called ‘Fridays for Future India’.

Police say that the use of toolkit in anti-national activities by Friday for Future India and its members is not a new case. Disha, Nikita and Shantanu have been associated with the three Friday for Future India for many years. Delhi Police will now also provide sources of income to the people associated with this campaign Is finding out

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