A Delhi court has allowed environmental activist Disha Ravi to use warm clothes, masks, books and talk to her mother and family.
Along with this, Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma has also allowed him to get a copy of the FIR filed against him along with the documents related to his arrest.
After getting permission from the court, Disha Ravi can talk to her family members for 15 minutes every day while in police custody and can meet her lawyer for 30 minutes.
The court has given this permission after several petitions filed by Ravi.
Delhi highcourt Last Sunday sent 21-year-old environmental activist Disha Ravi on five days police remand for allegedly spreading a toolkit related to the farmers’ movement.
Earlier, the Cyber Cell of Delhi Police on Saturday arrested 21-year-old environmental activist Disha Ravi for allegedly spreading the toolkit related to the farmers’ movement. After this, Ravi was presented before the Delhi court.
Disha Ravi is an environmental activist who lives in Bengaluru and was allegedly involved in editing and disseminating the toolkit on social media.
According to Delhi Police officials, Disha Ravi is an important link in the “toolkit” case as she has admitted in the initial questioning that she played a role in editing, adding and furthering some things in the toolkit.
Delhi Police’s Special Cell Disha will resume its inquiry after getting Ravi’s remand.
According to a source, there may be several arrests in this case. Sweden’s environmental activist Greta Thunberg also posted a toolkit in a tweet, which she later removed.
He also expressed his support to the farmers’ organizations opposing the new agricultural rules.
Last week, Delhi Police asked Google for information related to the registration and activities of the account from which this toolkit was created and uploaded on social media.
An Instagram account, a URL and two email IDs were registered in this tool kit. Police has sought information about this from the respective platforms.
The police has registered an FIR against unknown people in the case related to the persons making the toolkit.
Farmers from different states of India have been protesting against agricultural laws on different boundaries of Delhi since 26 November last year.