The Patiala House Court at Delhi on Monday sent climate activist Disha Ravi for one more day of police custody in connection with the farmers’ protests toolkit case.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma allowed custodial interrogation of Ravi after police said she was required to be confronted with co-accused.

Ravi was produced before the court on expiry of her three-day judicial custody.

Seeking a five-day extension of Ravi's police custody, the Public Prosecutor today argued that during her interrogation, she has shifted the burden to other accused, Bar and Bench reported.

Ravi was sent to three-day judicial custody by Delhi's Patiala House Court. Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Akash Jain sent Ravi, 21, to jail after Delhi Police produced her before the court on expiry of her five-day custodial interrogation.

Ravi was taken into custody on February 13 from Bengaluru in connection with the toolkit case, an offshoot of the police's probe in the January 26 violence that broke out amid the farmers' protest rally on tractors in the national capital.

The Delhi Police has claimed that the “toolkit” itself was created by a Khalistani group, Poetic Justice Foundation and was edited by Disha Ravi. It was Ravi who shared the same with environmental activist Greta Thunberg, the police alleged.

Authorities believe foreign separatist forces were involved in the incidents of that day. Apart from Ravi, they have zeroed-in on two others, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk, in this connection.

The other accused - Shantanu Muluk and Nikita Jacob have been granted transit anticipatory bail.