Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Google agreed to open the secret of ‘toolkit’, Delhi Police had asked for information

Recently, the Delhi Police on Friday (February 05, 2021) in connection with the creators of the ‘toolkit’ which had come to light in the agitation of farmers movement, on Friday (February 05, 2021) from Google and other social media companies, email id, domain URL and some social Was asked to provide media account information. It is being told that Google has given its consent to share the information of the creators of this toolkit.

It is noteworthy that after the tweet by pop singer Rihanna about the peasant movement, climate change activist Greta Thunberg ‘accidentally’ shared a ‘toolkit’ on Twitter. Subsequently, the Cyber ​​Cell of Delhi Police filed an FIR against the ‘pro-Khalistan’ makers who prepared these ‘toolkits’ with the intention of waging a social, cultural and economic war against the Government of India.

The document in this ‘toolkit’ was related to the pro-Khalistan group ‘Poetic Justice Foundation’. It was revealed that some of the previous developments, including the violence on 26 January, were planned in a planned and planned manner and aimed to wage a social, cultural and economic war against India.

After the FIR was registered against unknown people, the police had said that the aim of this ‘toolkit’ is to create disharmony and propaganda against the Indian government, as well as a situation of disharmony among various social, religious and cultural groups. Significantly, Swedish activist Greta Thunberg made a tweet in support of the farmer movement in India, but this tweet was deleted shortly after by Greta. However, it was too late by then. It is clear from this document that the peasant movement was started with a well thought out strategy and the riot of 26 January was also part of this strategy.

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