Delhi Police registers case against Greta Thunberg on criminal conspiracy

4th February 2021

4th February 2021

Delhi Police has registered a case against teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg for allegedly participating in a criminal conspiracy and promoting enmity for her tweets on the farmers’ protest in India. 

In the first tweet on Tuesday night, Greta Thunberg wrote "We stand in solidarity with the #FarmersProtest in India" and shared a CNN article on the ongoing farmers' protest in India and how the internet has been suspended around the Delhi borders

In a follow-up tweet, Greta Thunberg wrote, "Here’s a toolkit by people on the ground in India if you want to help”

In the document, various actions, including creating a Twitter storm and protesting outside Indian embassies and local government offices, were listed. She later deleted the "toolkit" she posted last night with information on supporting farmers on Republic Day, which was last week. This morning, she said she was sharing an updated list, which included seven ways to back the agitation. She also suggested organising protests near the closest Indian embassy on February 13 and 14. 

Going into the fold of this ‘tool kit’ which is the blueprint of the peasant movement, all these are found on the same source and that is the opposition to India through the support of the idea of ​​Khalistan.

 It mentions a Canadian-based group ‘Poetic Justice Foundation’, which is believed to be an important contributor to inciting peasant opposition. 

This organisation ‘Poetic Justice Foundation’ is working to provoke people, example their website ‘Ask India Why’ is looking at It has been written that the government is killing the farmers. PJF has also made several objectionable statements on the Citizen Amendment Act, 2019, India's handling of COVID-19, and caste oppression in the country.

 

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