Disha Ravi shares a picture on Facebook.
Gulf Today Report
A Delhi Court on Sunday remanded 21-year-old climate activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested for her alleged involvement in sharing 'toolkit' related to the farmers' protest, to five days police custody of the Special Cell.
Ravi was arrested by the Delhi Police from Soladevanahalli area of Bengaluru on Saturday. She is one of the founders of the 'Friday for Future' campaign and allegedly edited the 'toolkit' and forwarded it on social media.
She was produced before the Patiala House Court in Delhi, earlier on the day. While seeking her custody, the Delhi Police told the court that, "It is a larger conspiracy against the Government of India,” according to the Indo-Asian News Service.
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