The Delhi Police Thursday instructed the Delhi High Court that it has not leaked any probe materials to the media in reference to the FIR lodged in opposition to local weather activist Disha Ravi. The courtroom was listening to a plea filed by Disha Ravi the place she had petitioned the Delhi High Court to cease the police from leaking ‘any investigation materials’ accessed by the Delhi Police as a part of the toolkit probe.
Her petition alleged that investigative issues have been leaked to the media and the press briefings by the police are ‘prejudicial’ and ‘grossly violative of her proper to a good trial and presumption of innocence’.
The submission was made before Justice Prathiba M Singh by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who appeared on behalf of the police.
The courtroom requested the police to file an affidavit containing its submission that it has not leaked any materials relating to the investigation to the media.
Tushar Mehta instructed the courtroom that an affidavit might be filed concerning the identical by the police tomorrow. However, Justice Prathiba M Singh stated that Ravi’s petition is ‘one thing that requires consideration’.
The courtroom additionally issued discover to the News Broadcasting Standards Authority and few media homes concerning publishing extracts of Ravi’s personal chats. The courtroom will now hear the matter tomorrow.
The 22-year-old activist was arrested by a staff of Delhi Police officers from her Bengaluru dwelling on Saturday on prices of sedition, legal conspiracy and intending to riot.
The toolkit on the farmers’ protest had come below the police scanner after Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg tweeted it on February 3, with police claiming the sequence of occasions within the farmers’ protests, together with the violent incidents at Red Fort on Republic Day, was a duplicate of the alleged motion plan within the doc.
Along with Disha Ravi, Delhi police arrested advocate and activist Nikita Jacob and activist Shantanu Muluk, each of whom at the moment are out on secured transit bail.