Disha Ravi’s close Nikita Jacob absconds, Delhi court issues non-bailable warrant


New Delhi . After the arrest of Disha Ravi, accused of inciting a furore at the Red Fort on Republic Day and creating a toolkit to tarnish the country’s image internationally, the Delhi Police has also started clamping down on her close Nikita Jacob. For this, to make the search for absconding Nikita Jacob, Delhi Police has issued a non-bailable warrant against him. Earlier, Delhi Police Special Cell arrested him from Bengaluru on Saturday and presented him on five days remand in Patiala House Court on Sunday.

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The cyber cell team is questioning him at the office in Dwarka. Police are hopeful that many secrets will emerge in the interrogation. According to the police, Disha Ravi, the main conspirator arrested from a house in Soladevana Halli in Bangalore, edited the toolkit’s Google document. He is the main conspirator in the framing and dissemination of this document. While taking remand of Disha, the police said in court that the cyber cell team is now looking for Nikita Jacob and Shantanu, who are also close to Disha. Disha’s mobile phone and laptop have been seized. He has deleted the data of his phone, which has been sent to the forensic lab to retrieve it.

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Police claim that the toolkit campaign was carried out under a well-planned conspiracy. Disha’s first arrest in this case. Police say a toolkit campaign was carried out as part of a conspiracy to incite the anti-agricultural law movement. On hearing this, the police had registered a case against the unknown under sections of sedition, making inflammatory statements with the intention of inciting a riot. Delhi Police had tweeted that Disha had prepared a toolkit with Khalistan-backed organizations and other conspirators and tweeted it further. The same toolkit was tweeted by Sweden’s environmental activist Greta Thunberg and when the ruckus erupted, Disha asked her to delete the tweet.

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