The daughter of late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, lamented that Modi was silent on peoples' suffering during perennial floods.
She has claimed that her arrest from Bengaluru on February 13 by a Cyber Cell team of Delhi Police was wholly unlawfully and without basis.
The 21-year-old activist Ravi was arrested from Bengaluru in connection with the formulation and dissemination of the 'toolkit' document.
In Tihar, was aware of every second; wondered when it became crime to think of environment: Climate activist Disha Ravi
The activist claimed during her arrest her autonomy was violated and her photographs were splashed all over the news.
Additional Session Judge Dharmender Rana granted the relief after police sought an adjournment in the proceedings related to an anticipatory bail moved by Chaudhari in the matter.
The Editors Guild of India said since the report was made public, several of those named in the report have denied any involvement in its drafting.
The court granted the relief after the counsel appearing from both the accused persons said they needed time to go through the reply filed by the Delhi Police.
While a number of international celebrities, including pop star Rihanna, had also tweeted in support of the farmers' protests, which entered its 100th day on Friday, the 'toolkit' matter became a majo
Chaudhuri, in his plea, said he was a resident of Goa since August last year and has no connection to the toolkit case.
The court is scheduled to hear the anticipatory bail plea of another co-accused, Shantanu Muluk, on March 9.
Climate activist has been instructed not to speak to media till the disposal of the case, says lawyer
A Delhi Sessions Court granted bail to climate activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested for being involved in sharing a 'toolkit' on social media in connection with the ongoing farmers' protest.
Muluk, along with Disha Ravi and another co accused Nikita Jacob, was booked for alleged sedition and other charges.
Climate activist Disha Ravi, who was arrested for her involvement in sharing a 'toolkit' on social media in connection with the ongoing farmers' protest, has been released from Delhi's Tihar jail.