Disha Ravi was granted bail on Monday

Environmentalist Disha Ravi was finally granted bail in the Toolkit case. Disha was arrested for sharing Greta Thunberg's toolkit. The Delhi Sessions Court on Thursday granted bail to Disha. A Delhi court on Monday remanded Disha to one-day police custody in the case.

Although the police wanted Disha in custody for five days. However, the Patiala House Court rejected the police's plea. Last Friday, Disha was remanded in judicial custody for three days. Earlier, Disha was in police custody for five days. National politics was abuzz with the arrest of Disha. In this incident, a section of the opposition simultaneously targeted the central government.

Greta Thunberg, a Swedish environmental activist, tweeted in support of the peasant movement in the area near the Delhi border. Disha posted the Greater Shared Toolkit. Disha was arrested by the Delhi Police in that case. Delhi Police alleges that Greater edited the shared toolkit Disha.

Disha Ravi got the bail. Sourced: Hindustan times

Meanwhile, Disha Ravi approached the court so that the private chat should not leak. The environmental activist appealed to the Delhi High Court to direct the Delhi Police not to divulge the private chats used in the investigation. The Delhi Police told the court in the case that no material used in the investigation was leaked. The court warned the Delhi Police and the media about this.

The High Court issued notices to three media outlets in the Disha Ravi case. But, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu, two other social workers, came to the notice of the Delhi Police soon after Disha's arrest. The court granted bail to Shantanu on the condition of 10 days. The Bombay High Court has granted conditional bail to Nikita for three weeks. Delhi Police has issued a non-bailable warrant against Nikita. After that, the social worker approached the court seeking bail in advance.

The Bombay High Court has granted Nikita's anticipatory bail application for a bond of Rs 25,000 for three weeks. Nikita has been charged under sections 124 (a), 153 (a), and 120 (b) of the Indian Penal Code.

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