Toolkit case: Bombay High Court orders Nikita Jacob's Transit Bell petition
Nikita Jacob had appealed for interim protection from the stringent steps taken by the Delhi Police. His petition, filed on 12 February, stated that the cyber cell of the Delhi Police.
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday reserved the order on an anticipatory bail application moved by advocate and climate activist Nikita Jacob after the Delhi Police issued a non-bailable warrant against him and Shantanu Muluk. The court will pronounce the order on 17 February.
Mukul's appeal - filed in Aurangabad bench of Bombay High Court - Justice Vibha V. The single-judge bench of Kankanwadi granted him a transit anticipatory bail and passed an order granting him a 10-day bail period, so that he could knock the door of the competent court. Is seeking relief.
Nikita Jacob had appealed for interim protection from the stringent steps taken by the Delhi Police. His petition, filed on 12 February, stated that the cyber cell of the Delhi Police, along with personnel from the Vanai police station in Goregaon , Mumbai, came to his house with a search warrant, and seized personal documents and electronic devices. Had done it. The petition further states that the applicant has no religious, political or financial motive or agenda for researching, discussing, editing and communicating communication pack / toolkit to raise awareness, let alone violence, inciting riots and other physical harm. To deliver, ”read the petition further.
While Jacob's petition was filed on the principal HC seat in Mumbai, Muluk, who was a resident of central Maharashtra, submitted his application to the Aurangabad bench of the High Court.Both the pleas sought transit anticipatory bail for a period of four weeks so that they could apply for the arrest before the court in Delhi. The pleas also claimed "political vendetta" involved in his arrest.Mukul's application states that the vengeance has taken the rights of the principles and principles enshrined in the Constitution of India from politics to the common man's home.
Jacob and Mukul are associated with the "Toolkit" case. Before him, 21-year-old climate activist Disha Ravi from Bengaluru was arrested along with the Delhi Police, stating that Ravi was a "key conspirator" in the creation and dissemination of the document and he collaborated with the Khalistani Poetic Justice Foundation. "Discontent spreading against the Indian state."