- Delhi court grants bail to Disha Ravi
- Indignant at being charged with treason.
- In a democracy it is natural for citizens to observe the government.
The court ruled that the police could not produce evidence proving that she had direct links with the pro-Khalistan organization Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF). She said there was no evidence to suggest she was associated with separatist ideas. The judge said there appeared to be no basis for denying bail to a young woman with no previous criminal record, taking into account the evidence. The court erred in detaining and imprisoning her, who has strong roots in society.
The judge said she was nowhere to be seen promoting violence using what the police say about the toolkit. It is my firm belief that in a democracy there is a constant scrutiny of the citizens on the conduct of the government, and it is inappropriate to keep them in jail simply for choosing a path that contradicts policy. He emphasized that the letter was not a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations, but rather a signal of a formal antitrust inquiry into the allegations.
He commented that dissent, dissent, dissent and objection are legal tools that promote realism in state policies. It is undeniable that the presence of prudent, discerning citizens is an indicator of a healthy, radiant democracy. The judge said Article 19 of the Constitution strongly emphasizes the right to dissent and that communication has no geographical boundaries.
It was clarified that citizens have the right to utilize the best tools available to obtain information. Setting up a WhatsApp group and being the editor of a harmless toolkit is not a bad thing at all.
The court directed him to co-operate in the investigation and to appear when summoned by the investigating officers and ordered not to leave the country without their permission. Disha Ravi was released from Tihar Jail on Tuesday night after being granted bail. Disha Ravi’s parents are happy that their confidence in the judiciary has further increased as their daughter has been granted bail.