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In the toolkit case related to the farmer movement, the Delhi Police on Thursday said in the High Court that it did not leak Disha’s WhatsApp chat in the media. On behalf of the Delhi Police in the court, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said, having said that the Delhi Police is also ready to give the affidavit. On this, the court asked him to give an affidavit. The next hearing of the case will be held on Friday.
Disha Ravi applied for
Environmental activist Disha Ravi, arrested in the toolkit case, had filed an application in the Delhi High Court. He has accused the Delhi Police of leaking WhatsApp chat. Disha has called for a ban on showing leaked chat in the media, calling it a violation of her privacy, reputation and right to fair trial.
Disha Ravi in his application has demanded the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting to take action against the TV channels leaking WhatsApp chats under the Cable Television Networks (Regulation) Act, 1995. Disha said that the conversation between me and the third party is a matter of privacy, which is being violated.
Disha shared the toolkit with Greta
The direction was arrested by Delhi Police on 14 February. According to Delhi Police, Disha, who was involved in starting the Friday for Future campaign, circulated the toolkit by creating a Google Dock. For this, he formed the WhatsApp group. She was also involved in drafting this toolkit and shared the toolkit with international environmental activist Greta Thunberg.