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Delhi Police writes letter to Zoom in toolkit case, sought information of people involved in meeting

One new revelation after another has warmed up the toolkit case. Recently, environmental activist Disha Ravi was arrested in this case and now Delhi Police has written a letter to Zoom asking for information about the toolkit in the 26 January violence case.

From 11 to 22 , the accused held several meetings through zoom.

Significantly, the Cyber ​​Cell of Delhi Police has written a letter to Zoom seeking information about the meeting held by the accused between 11 to 22 February.

It has also been said by the Delhi Police that between 11 to 22 February, the accused have held several meetings through Zoom. A conspiracy was hatched about the violence in Delhi. Along with this, the police has also come to know that Shantanu and Disha were present in Delhi on the day of violence.

About 60 people attended the meeting

According to the information, the Cyber ​​Cell Toolkit of Delhi Police is investigating the case. In this case, Delhi Police has arrested Disha Ravi from Bengaluru, who is on five days remand.

During the preliminary inquiry, Delhi Police has come to know that an important meeting was held on January 11 to spread violence on the occasion of Republic Day. About 60 people including Nikita Jacob, Disha Ravi and Shantanu attended the meeting. In this meeting, it was decided how to strike a digital strike on the rally on the occasion of 26 January and how to work against the government.

Disha and Shantanu were present in Delhi

The cyber cell investigating the toolkit case has revealed that Shantanu and Disha were present in Delhi before the January 26 rally. Here he saw the whole incident of that day. It is also being told that both had also gone to the border border.

After this, both of them left from Delhi on 27 January. Many important evidences of this have also come from the police, which is being further investigated. Regarding this, it has been said by the Police Commissioner SN Srivastava that the age of the accused should not be seen. Disha’s arrest has been made only after significant evidence surfaced in the case.

What is toolkit case

Through the news in the past, you may have come across the word ‘toolkit’ many times. If you are having difficulty in understanding it, then the solution to your difficulty is here.

A toolkit is a document designed to explain an issue, which is designed to explain a theory or ideology as practical.

To initiate and then expand the scope of any movement or program, some action points are prepared and the document in which they are recorded is called a toolkit.

The toolkit is shared between the same people, which can help in increasing the movement.

Earlier, when there was a rally, strike or movement, posters were pasted on the walls. The toolkit has become digital in changing times.

In the toolkit, the use of social media will give information about all these things on which day, at what time and whether tweets or posts will benefit. In the toolkit, people are given campaign materials, news articles and are told how to perform.

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