New Delhi, Feb 15: The Delhi Police told a court that the arrest of Disha Ravi, one of the editors of toolkit used by Greta Thunberg was the first in the case. The police said that Disha have allegedly edited the toolkit on February 3 and many others are involved in the matter.
The court has sent Disha to five days police custody. She was arrested on Saturday. The police are looking for two more suspects in the case. While raids are being carried out in Mumbai and other places, the police are hunting for Nikita and Shantanu, two other accused in the case.
New Delhi, Feb 08: Several pro-Khalistan outfits have thrown their hat in the ring amidst the farmer protests. The likes of Mo Dhaliwal have been blamed for creating a toolkit, which was used by Greta Thunberg to speak in favour of the farmer protests.
India has however made it clear that it will not tolerate any outside interference and the farmer protests are completely India’s internal matter.
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.
New Delhi, Feb 05: It started out as a farmer protest against the farm laws, but over a period of time, it became a propaganda tool for pro-Khalistan elements.
The tweets by the likes of Rihanna and Greta Thunberg only went on to show that foreign elements had started to comment on the internal affairs of the country and that too on a law that was passed by the Indian Parliament after due deliberations.
New Delhi, Feb 04: Following the utterances made by Rihanna and Greta Thunberg on the farmer protests, the internet erupted. The Ministry of External Affairs issued a strongly worded statement making it clear that these foreign personalities are unaware of the facts that this is purely India’s internal matter.
The statements by these foreign personalities also evoked a sharp response from a host of celebrities, who urged that India must stand united.