This is many times more than the two lines editing that she claims, they said.
The police have also named Nikita Jacob, a lawyer, and Shantanu Muluk, an activist, in this case. "The initial examination of Nikita [Jacob] reveals that she and her associates Shantanu and Disha [Ravi] had created the "toolkit" Google document".
A Delhi court on Sunday sent a 21-year-old climate activist to police custody for five days in connection with allegedly being involved in sharing a "toolkit" on social media related to the farmers' protest. Delhi police had picked up the 22-year-old from her home on Saturday.
In the document, various urgent actions, including creating a Twitter storm and protesting outside Indian embassies, were reportedly listed which were needed to be taken to support the farmers' protest. He added that Ravi deleted a WhatsApp group she created to spread the "toolkit".
Ms Ravi was a founder of Fridays For Future India, part of an worldwide protest network established by Thunberg to highlight climate change.
The toolkit has been cited by some critics as a "proof" of her conspiracy to fuel protests in India.
"However, Disha's role came under the lens of the Delhi Police after Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg tweeted a toolkit document which the police say had led to the January 26 violence in New Delhi".
The Delhi Police had registered an FIR on February 4 on charges of sedition, criminal conspiracy and promoting hatred among groups under Sections 124-A, 120-A and 153-A of the Indian Penal Code against the "creators" of the "toolkit", which was shared by Thunberg. "We are therefore extremely anxious about her safety and wellbeing", the statement added.
The groups said they know Disha as a person of enormous integrity who has nothing but the country's best interests at heart. "She, like us, is invested in this work that we do because she knows and understands the severity and seriousness of the climate crisis all of us find ourselves in".
A coalition of activist groups demanded Ms Ravi's release and said it was "extremely anxious for her safety and wellbeing".
It added: "We are sure that her social media and personal equipment that have been confiscated will reflect nothing other than the enormous concern that she, like us, has for this world...."
The group demanded that Disha be "released immediately, her records (be) expunged and she (be) escorted safely back to her home and to her family".