New Delhi: Disha Ravi – the 22-year-old dissident captured in the Toolkit case – and two other needed activists, held a Zoom meeting before the Republic Day to design a web-based media buzz on the farm truck rally, the Delhi Police said today. Condemned vigorously by superstars and resistance groups over Disha Ravi’s capture, the police met the media this early evening time with respect to the case, recorded after the Toolkit was shared by Swedish youngster environment lobbyist Greta Thunberg and encouraged cause worldwide to notice the ranchers’ dissent.
The other two activists – Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk – are needed by the police. Warrants with non-bailable charges are out against them. Nikita Jacob has moved toward the Bombay High Court for insurance from capture for about a month.
The police said Puneet, a Canada-based lady, had put Nikita Jacob, Disha Ravi and Shantanu in contact with Poetic Justice Foundation, an association with Khalistani joins. They had a zoom meeting on January 11.
Recently, the police claimed that Disha Ravi was a key backstabber and trying to restore a Khalistani gathering, arranged and spread the Toolkit. “I didn’t make the Toolkit. We needed to help the ranchers. I altered two lines on February 3,” Disha Ravi had told the court.
Today, the police said proof against Disha Ravi was found from her cellphone information. “In view of data from Disha’s telephone and the way that Nikita departed suddenly, we captured Disha,” an official said.
The police said Disha Ravi, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk had made Toolkit and imparted it to others for altering. Shantanu Muluk’s email account is the proprietor of the tool compartment Google doc, the police added.