Toolkit Case: 70 people were hiding identities at zoom meeting, these 5 identified

Toolkit case
Toolkit case

Toolkit case: Delhi Police, which is investigating the toolkit case, is gradually getting success. Besides Mo Dhaliwal, Anita Lal’s name has also been revealed in the police investigation.

According to Delhi Police investigating the toolkit case, a zoom meeting was held to make it. About 70 people were involved in the meeting. Most of these people had hidden their identities, i.e., they were attaching the meeting without assigning names.

Mo Dhaliwal and Anita Lal identified

According to police (Delhi Police), Mo Dhaliwal, founder of the Poetic Justice Foundation and co-founder Anita Lal (Anita Lal) have been identified in the case. Nikita Jacob, Shantanu and Disha Ravi were already identified. The remaining accused are being tried to be identified. This requires the arrest of Shantanu and Nikita.

Google hasn’t given information yet

According to the police (Delhi Police), Google had sought information from all those who created and shared toolkits in the farmer violence. But he has not responded so far. The cyber unit of delhi police’s special cell is still awaiting Google’s response. According to police, the accused had shared the toolkit on Google doc.

We with Kisan Andolan- Harish Rawat

Opposition leaders have criticised the arrest of Disha Ravi, accused in the Toolkit case. Congress leader Harish Rawat said, the government is hiding its misdeeds by fanning the issue. I think prudent people will oppose it. He said that we are with the farmers’ movement and will stand behind them.

Disha Ravi’s case not in- Udit Raj

The other Congress leader Udit Raj said that the judges and judiciary in this government have all entered into compromises. That’s why Ravi was sent to jail without any controversy. He said, “There is no strength in Disha Ravi’s case to send him to jail. Even if we assume that the meeting was Khalistani, what happened. Anyone can connect with the link, what can be said by things.”

Also read: Toolkit Case: Police now seek these 2 suspects after Disha Ravi

Fake tweets: PM Modi- Udit Raj

Udit Raj said, “It is a different thing to investigate but natural justice should be there. People are languishing in jails on fake charges in Koregaon case. If a country is working to break up, it is doing it cell of bjp. Pm’s Tweets are 60-65 percent fake. Look at Amit Malviya. How many fake tweets he tweets.”

Red Fort-like incident condemned- K C Tyagi

JD (U) leader Casey Tyagi said, “We condemn every incident like the Red Fort. The synergy of any separatist organisation weakens the farmers’ movement, they should stay away from such groups. Protest, disagree. There should not be any restriction on it,” he said.