WhatsApp chat details accessed by India Today TV show that arrested activist Disha Ravi asked Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg to “not say anything at all for a while” as the Bengaluru teen linked to the farmers' protest toolkit would come under the scrutiny of authorities and slapped with the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).

Disha Ravi reportedly spoke to Greta Thunberg in light of action taken by the Delhi Police on an FIR related to a toolkit shared by the Swedish climate campaigner in support of the ongoing farmer protests.

In a WhatsApp chat, Disha Ravi reportedly told Greta Thunberg that their “names were on it [FIR]” indicating that the police probe had found some evidence of their collaboration in the backdrop of the protest by the farmers’ unions against the Narendra Modi government over the new farm laws passed by Parliament in 2020.

Disha Ravi said, “Can we just not say anything at all for a while? I am gonna talk to lawyers. I am sorry but our names are on it. We can literally get UAPA against us. (sic)”

The conversation happened after Greta Thunberg inadvertently put out the “toolkit” in a post on Twitter. She deleted the post later. The Delhi Police is now investigating the case.

The Delhi Police has claimed that 21-year-old climate activist from Bengaluru was an editor of the "toolkit Google doc" and "key conspirator" in the document's formulation and dissemination. Disha Ravi was arrested by the Delhi Police’s Cyber Cell on Saturday.

She is a graduate of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore and one of the founding members of a group of climate activists called, “Fridays For Future India”.

Greta Thunberg, a globally known teenage climate activist, had shared the "toolkit" recently while lending support to the protest by the farmers' unions at the Delhi borders. The Google document called for various urgent actions supporting the farmers’ unions and to intensify the ongoing agitation.

The toolkit included creating a campaign on Twitter and protesting outside Indian embassies in different countries to raise awareness about the farmers' protest.