Toolkit case: Delhi court grants interim protection from arrest to Shantanu Muluk till March 9
Disha Ravi was taken into custody by Delhi Police on February 13 from Bengaluru in connection with the 'toolkit' case as part of the police probe into violence on January 26 in the national capital during
Disha Ravi was produced before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Dr Pankaj Sharma's court at the end of her three days of judicial custody.
Disha Ravi was sent to judicial custody for three days yesterday. Disha was was arrested from Bengaluru by the Delhi Police in connection with the 'toolkit' case earlier this month.
Ravi urged the court to issue a writ of mandamus or writ of like nature directing certain media houses and all private satellite TV channels to comply with the provisions of the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995.
Goa Pradesh Mahila Congress on Tuesday condemned the arrest of 21-year-old activist, Disha Ravi by Delhi Police.
In the video, the pro-Khalistani group’s General Counsel Gurpatwant Singh Pannu says they have launched a portal via which people should join an e-mail campaign to support these activists.
Two e-mail IDs, one Instagram account, and one Uniform Resource Locator (URL) were mentioned in the toolkit and police have asked for details from the respective platforms.
According to WhatsApp conversation between the two, Greta accidently tweeted the toolkit following which Disha Ravi panicked and asked her not to tweet. The latter expressed fear that ‘they may be booked under the UAPA act’.
Attacks on Muslims are highlighted but attacks by them on other religious groups are passed off as routine law and order issues. This inability to look at crimes dispassionately keeps communities divided. And this divide is fanned by those who style themselves as secularists!