New Delhi, Feb 20: This was not just a toolkit. The real plan was to defame defame India and create unrest here, the Delhi Police told the High Court while opposing the bail plea filed by Disha Ravi. Disha Ravi deleted WhatsApp chats and was aware of the legal actions.
This shows there was a sinister design behind the toolkit, the Delhi Police also said. She was part of the Indian chapter of the global conspiracy to defame India and create unrest under the garb of the farmers’ protest, the police also said.
New Delhi, Feb 17: The Delhi Police will ask Shantanu Maluk who is allegedly part of the toolkit to explain why he was at the Tikri Border on January 26, when the farmers’ protest turned violent.
On Tuesday, the Bombay High Court granted transit anticipatory bail to Muluk. His name cropped up following the arrest of Disha Ravi by the Delhi Police. The police said that she had helped create the toolkit, which was later used by Greta Thunberg.
New Delhi, Feb 16: The toolkit that was tweeted by Greta Thunberg was created by the pro-Khalistan outfit, Poetic Justice Foundation and was meant to amplify fake news and other falsehoods.
A section of this toolkit document mentioned action points under the title prior action, such as digital strike through hashtag on January 26. On Republic Day, the farmers’ protest turned violent and one person died, while scores of police personnel were injured.
New Delhi, Feb 15: The arrest of Disha Ravi, a 21 year old climate activist for allegedly editing the toolkit shared by Greta Thunberg over the ongoing farmers’ agitation has triggered sharp reactions across the country.
While several politicians from the Opposition have come out in her support, the police has maintained that it does have a strong case against her. While stating that she is being probed for conspiracy, the Delhi Police also looking for another activist, Nikita Jacob.
New Delhi, Feb 07: The Canada based Poetic Justice Foundation founded by Mo Dhaliwal, accused of creating the toolkit used by Greta Thunberg while showing solidarity for the farmers in India has said that the conspiracy theories are absurd.
In a statement the organisation said that it had no hand in the tweets put out by foreign personalities in support of the farmers’ protest in India.
New Delhi, Feb 06: A day after Greta Thunberg took to Twitter and extended support to the farmers’ protests, the Indian agencies found that a pro-Khalistan activist, Mo Dhaliwal based in Canada had helped create the toolkit.
It was also found that the toolkit was created with an intention of defaming country and inciting violence, while taking advantage of the farmer protests.