Activist Shantanu Muluk has moved an application before the Aurangabad Bench of the Bombay High Court apprehending arrest pursuant to a First Information Report (FIR) registered by the Delhi Police against unknown persons in connection with the “toolkit” related to farmers protests..In his plea before the Aurangabad Bench, Muluk has sought transit anticipatory bail on the grounds that the Delhi Police has stationed itself in the town of Beed which is his native town for the past three days and seized several material without following due process of law..The plea will be taken up for hearing by Justice Vibha Kankanwadi on Tuesday. .Muluk is one of the founder of the XR India, an organisation working for environment and creator of a platform where information regarding ongoing protests would be displayed and modes of peaceful protest were given..His application comes on the same day Nikita Jacob a lawyer and activist from Mumbai sought for transit bail in the Principal Bench of Bombay High Court.He has also stated that climate activist Disha Ravi's arrest is another reason he is apprehending his own arrest..Muluk's contention is that he and his colleagues are innocent and had bonafide intentions with regard to the farmer's protests. He has argued that the registration of the case under Section 153-A (promoting enmity between different communities) is a blatant abuse of legal provisions by the State to subdue the voice of rightful dissent..Muluk has stated in his plea that the actual dissenters are suppressed farmers and that he only extended his support to the dissenters. ."It is submitted that apparently vendetta has trickled down from politics to the house of a common man making a mockery of the rights and principles enshrined in the constitution of the India. That such vendetta which is the dark face of authoritarianism and is the real tool kit for devastation of not only of democracy but also basic human rights," the petition states..He has further argued that the human rights cannot be left to the whims and fancies of autocratic public policy of any concerned government and have to be preserved by the common people..The charges against him "would be destructive for his life and his family to carry a false blot of being an anti-national," the 34-year-old has stated in his plea. .He should, therefore, be afforded a rightful chance to follow the course of law to meet his lawyers before putting forth his case in the Delhi Courts.