Dishani Ravi, arrested in the toolkit case, got bail on Tuesday. The Patiala House Court has granted him bail on a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh. During the bail hearing, the police had said that Disha Ravi had destroyed the evidence. On the other hand, on behalf of Disha Ravi, the court said that if it is treason to support the farmers’ movement, then it is better to stay in jail. The court was told by the Delhi Police that Disha had prepared a toolkit, which was done under the guidance of Khalistan advocates.
All this has been done to tarnish the image of India. Supporters of Khalistan want to strengthen their flag by bringing this movement in their favor. It was not just a tool kit, but a draft to discredit India. The police had also told the court that Disha Ravi knew that his WhatsApp chat and email could become a nap if he got into legal trouble, so he deleted all the chats and mails.
If direction did nothing wrong then why did they destroy the evidence to clear their way? This is enough to convict him. Ravi is a major part of the infamous group’s direction in India. On the other hand, Disha Ravi’s lawyer denied all these allegations and said that there is no evidence against him that he is part of Sikhs, an organization banned for justice. Note that the Delhi Police arrested Disha last week and took him on remand for five days.
A ‘toolkit’ is a document that provides detailed information on how to report a problem and what to do about it. Guidelines are usually given to those who participate in a large campaign or movement. Its purpose is to give direction to a particular class or target group for grassroots activities. The trial court on Friday sent the climate activist to judicial custody for three days after Dish’s five-day police custody period ended. Disha was arrested by the Delhi Police Cyber Cell from Bengaluru on 13 February. A case has been registered against Disha under sedition and other charges.