Disha Ravi case: Delhi Police will take help from Zoom app in toolkit case

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Delhi Police officials as saying ‘Delhi Police has written to the video conferencing app Zoom to get information related to the toolkit case’ News agency PTI reported.

According to the Delhi Police, those who prepared the toolkit participated in some meetings through the Zoom app.

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According to the police, a meeting in this regard was held on 11 January. The Delhi Police has asked the management of the Zoom app for details of the people who attended the meeting.

Earlier, the Delhi Police had sought help from Google to get information about the editors of the ‘Toolkit Document’.

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Delhi Police is investigating the violence in the capital Delhi on 26 January by linking it to the toolkit document.

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In this case, Delhi Police arrested 22-year-old environmental activist Disha Ravi, who is currently in police custody. This was the first arrest in this case.

Commissioner of Delhi Police SN Srivastava has blamed those who had flaws in Disha Ravi’s arrest process.

On Tuesday, Srivastava said, “Those who say that there is a decrease in arrest are absolutely wrong.”

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SN Srivastava spoke to the press on the occasion of 74th Foundation Day of Delhi Police.

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He said, “Disha Ravi has been following the law and procedures. The law makes no difference between the ages of 22 and 50 years. The court, accepting the arrest as correct, sent the direction to police custody for 5 days.”

22-year-old environmental activist Disha Ravi has been arrested in the toolkit case and is currently in the custody of Delhi Police.

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