New Delhi. The bail plea of environmental activist Disha Ravi, arrested in the ‘Toolkit’ case, was heard in Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Saturday. After hearing the arguments of both sides, the court of Additional Sessions Judge Dharmendra Rana reserved the decision on bail till Tuesday. During the court hearing, Delhi Police opposed Disha Ravi’s bail plea, saying it was not merely a ‘toolkit’, the real plan was to discredit India and create unrest here. Disha had deleted the chat on WhatsApp, she was aware of the legal action. This shows that there was a nefarious idea behind the ‘toolkit’.
Police said Disha Ravi was part of the Indian chapter of a global conspiracy to discredit India and create unrest under the guise of farmers’ demonstrations. Delhi Police today told the court that a banned organization, Sikh for Justice, had announced a reward on January 11 to reward the Khalistani flag hoisted at India Gate and Red Fort. The Delhi Police said that somehow this toolkit was leaked on social media and was available in the public domain, it was planned to be removed and demonstrated. Was that someone hoisted the flag at India Gate, Red Fort. They wanted to carry out such activities under the guise of farmers’ protest and that is why the Poetic Justice Foundation is involved.
Regarding Khalistan, Delhi Police say that Vancouver is an important location for anti-India activities and an organization called Kisan Ekta Company is in contact with another organization in Vancouver. The court ordered the Additional Solicitor General S.V. Asked Raju what evidence you have collected in connection with the toolkit with the violence of 26 January? Delhi Police said that investigation is on and we have to search for evidence. Advocate Siddharth Aggarwal, appearing for Disha Ravi, said that Disha has nothing to do with Khalistan and he also has no connection with Sikhs for Justice or PJF.