The Delhi Police had yesterday (4 February 2021) lodged an FIR against those who shared the ‘toolkit’ document which proves that the international support to the peasant movement was ‘well-planned’. Now Delhi Police has asked for IP address or location from Google, so that it can be found out who actually Upload toolkit (upload).
That is, the Delhi Police has asked Google to trace the technical location of such people, who first shared the toolkit on Google Drive to incite riots in the capital Delhi. Which was later shared by Sweden’s climate change activist Greta Thunberg, which eventually turned out to be a big conspiracy against India.
Delhi Police are going to write to Google to get the IP address or the location from where the doc was made and uploaded on social media platform. This is being done to identify the authors of the toolkit which was shared on the Google Doc: Police sources
– ANI (@ANI) February 5, 2021
In fact, Greta Thunberg made a tweet in support of the farmer movement in India. But shortly after, this tweet was also deleted by Greta. However, by then it was too late. From this document, it was clear that the peasant movement was started with a well thought out strategy and the nuisance of 26 January was also part of this strategy.
He then tweeted another, sharing a file of the Google document. In this file, the schedule and all the strategies of the social media campaign that fueled the ongoing peasant movement in India were recorded. While sharing this Google document, Greta wrote that this ‘toolkit’ is for those who want to help. The link details the action plan to put international pressure on the Indian government.
On Thursday (5 February 2021), Delhi Police had registered an FIR against those who shared the ‘toolkit’. The Delhi Police had issued a statement saying that Greta Thanberg’s name was not included in the FIR. The FIR has been registered against ‘unknown people’, with the main charge being to incite hatred among all groups and disturb social harmony. Crime Branch Special Police Commissioner Praveer Ranjan said on the issue, “Initial investigations have revealed that the toolkit was prepared by the ‘pro-Khalistani group’ Poetic Justice Foundation.”
FIR of Delhi Police
Delhi Police has registered an FIR under sections 153A (spreading hatred between different groups or religions), 120B (criminal conspiracy) and 124A of the IPC. Delhi Police has said on this issue that FIR has been lodged against the makers of the toolkit and investigations are currently going on on this issue.
Prior to this, the Ministry of External Affairs of the Government of India asked foreign faces Said that He should understand the provisions related to it before commenting on agrarian reform laws or spreading propaganda. After this, Delhi Police took this action.
Opindia had already published reports about it, stating that the tweet by Rihanna and Greta did not come suddenly. Rather, it was planned under a strategy of propaganda against India, a tactic designed to discredit India internationally.