by: Rahul Maheshwari
Climate activist Disha Ravi, who was on Sunday sent to a 5-day police custody for allegedly creating the ‘Toolkit Docs’, approached Delhi High Court on Thursday to restrain Delhi police from leaking any investigation material, including alleged contents of private chats/communication by the petitioner to any third party, including the media.
Toolkit matter: Disha Ravi approaches Delhi High Court seeking direction to Delhi Police to not leak any investigation material including alleged contents of private chats/communication by the petitioner to any third party, including the media. pic.twitter.com/fUUbOHjjuY
— ANI (@ANI) February 18, 2021
Ravi was arrested by the Delhi police for allegedly creating and editing the ‘Toolkit Docs’ tweeted by anti-climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg. In simple terms, a toolkit is a collection of resources for front-line workers engaged in a task or campaign. In this case, the toolkit tried to “explain the farmers protest” against the three farm laws passed by the Narendra Modi government.