Toolkit Case: Accused were Planning another violence on 4-5th Feb, say Delhi Police
According to the Delhi Police, this second toolkit was designed by Marina Patterson of Britain besides Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police investigating the Toolkit Case has made another major disclosure on Wednesday. The police informed that during the Kisan agitation (Farmers Protest), another toolkit was prepared by activists accused of spreading unrest in Delhi on 26 January through social media toolkit.
Their aim was to spread disturbance in Delhi once again on 4 and 5 February through various inflammatory hashtags related to Delhi violence on 26 January. However, they could not succeed in their plans.
Another Toolkit: Delhi Police
According to the Delhi Police, this second toolkit designed by Marina Patterson of Britain besides Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk. Marina is also accused of being involved in an international movement called Extension Rebellion. Nikita and Shantanu are also accused of preparing and sharing the first toolkit document.
Delhi Police's senior officer has informed the media that the plan was stated in the toolkit prepared by all these accused. However, they did not succeed in this. The Delhi Police believes that the reason for its failure is suddenly coming to the fore. Greta Thunberg tweeted this on 3 February. It was sent to her the same day by Disha Ravi.
Explain that the Bombay High Court on Wednesday granted transit advance bail to Nikita Jacob, a suspected accused and lawyer in the 'Toolkit' case related to farmers' demonstrations. The case relates to a toolkit shared by climate activist Greta Thunberg. Justice PD Naik has given three weeks time for Jacob to approach the concerned court in Delhi for relief. The court has said in its order that he (Jacob) is a permanent resident of Mumbai and the FIR has been lodged in Delhi and the relief sought by him is only temporary.