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Activist Disha influenced by Khalistani terrorist Gurupatwant Singh Pannu on five-day police remand

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Delhi Police is questioning Activist Disha Ravi who was arrested in Greta Thanberg Toolkit case. Let us tell you that Delhi Police cyber cell arrested Disha Ravi from Bengaluru.

Delhi Police is questioning Activist Disha Ravi who was arrested in Greta Thanberg Toolkit case. Let us tell you that Delhi Police cyber cell arrested Disha Ravi from Bengaluru. On 4th of this month, Delhi Police’s Special Cell had registered a case regarding toolkit by Delhi Police. It is alleged that Disha Ravi edited a toolkit related to farmers and added some items to it and sent it forward.

As per media reports, the Delhi Police had sought a 7-day remand of Disha in the court. Police said it was plotting to rebuild the Khalistani group. According to the police, The Ravi was plotting a big conspiracy against the Indian government.

What does the police say

Delhi Police said that they edited Tool Kid. According to the police, these Khalistani terrorists are influenced by Gurupatwant Singh Pannu. Disha is accused of editing a toolkit on 3 February. The police have recovered Disha’s mobile but its data was already deleted. Police said that Shantanu and Nikita are to be further arrested in this case.

Disha said this in court

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In the court, Disha said that he had edited only 2 lines of the toolkit. He said that I did this in support of the farmers, who were Annadata, I was impressed by their movement. They give me food and water. I was influenced by the farmers movement so I did so.

These are allegations on activist direction

Let me tell you that Disha is accused of editing the toolkit for cyber strike on the tractor rally that took place on 26 January, added some things to it and circulated it. Police said some more names have come on the radar in this case and many others will be arrested soon. Delhi Police is still looking for more accused in the case. Delhi Police says that soon other accused will also be under police custody.

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