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New Delhi, February 17, 2021
Delhi Police dug deeper into the toolkit case and recovered data from Nikita Jacob, including WhatsApp chats, emails, data from a pen drive, desktop and her mobile phones. Police have found out that Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk were among 70 people who attended the meeting on preparation of the toolkit organised by pro-Khalistan group Poetic Justice Foundation through the Zoom app, days before the Republic Day violence in Delhi. The incident left more than 500 police personnel injured and one protester dead. As for now, Jacob has received transit bail for three weeks in connection with the Toolkit matter. In case of arrest, she will be released on a personal bond of Rs 25,000 and one surety of the same amount. Watch the video for more details.Also Read: Toolkit controversy: Delhi Police defends Disha Ravi's arrest; top developments so far

February 17, 2021
Delhi Police have claimed that they followed all procedures as per law during Disha Ravi's arrest from Bengaluru

February 16, 2021
Police alleged that Mumbai lawyer Nikita Jacob and Pune engineer Shantanu were among the around 70 people who had attended the meeting through Zoom app, days before the Republic Day violence in the national capital

February 6, 2021
The Delhi Police Cyber Cell has already lodged an FIR against Canada-based \"pro-Khalistani\" creators of the 'toolkit' for waging a \"social, cultural and economic war against the government of India\"

February 5, 2021
Delhi Police filed an FIR in connection with this toolkit shared by Thunberg which contained information on how to support farmers' protests at Delhi borders

February 4, 2021
Thunberg had expressed solidarity with the farmers who have been protesting against the Centre's new farm bills. She tweeted about the issue soon after pop icon Rihanna attracted international attention to the protests via a single tweet