Toolkit Case: Disha Ravi's Bail To Come Up Before Delhi Court Today
court in Delhi has sent 21-year-old environmental activist Disha Ravi to three days' judicial custody in the 'toolkit' case. Disha Ravi was arrested earlier this month from her residence in Bengaluru by the Delhi Police. Earlier remanded to five days' custody, Disha Ravi was produced in the Patiala House Court on Friday with Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Judge Aakash Jain presiding. Representing the Delhi Police, Advocate Irfan Ahmed sought three days' judicial custody for Disha Ravi. "Five days' police remand was granted. During the course of the investigation, she has been evasive. Hence, we want three days' judicial custody," Ahmed said in court. Advocate Irfan Ahmed also told the court that Disha Ravi has shifted the blame to co-accused Shantanu Muluk and Nikita Jacob. Muluk, an engineer and Jacob, a lawyer by profession were granted anticipatory bail by the Bombay High Court in the 'toolkit' case after the Delhi Police issued a non-bailable warrant for their arrest.