New Delhi: A Delhi court on Wednesday sought a response from Delhi Police on the anticipatory bail application of activist Shantanu Muluk, who is accused along with Bengaluru-based climate activist Disha Ravi and lawyer Nikita Jacob in the ‘toolkit’ case.
Additional Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana posted the matter for Thursday.
During the hearing, the court also noted that Muluk got transit bail from the Bombay High Court on February 16 till 26 February.
The case pertains to sharing a “toolkit” on social media over the farm protest.
On Tuesday, activist Disha Ravi was granted bail. Additional Sessions Judge Dharmender Rana passed the order and asked her to furnish a bail bond of Rs one lakh and two additional sureties.
Earlier, Muluk and Jacob got transit bail.