Digital Desk, New Delhi Delhi. Activity Activist Greta Thunberg’s response comes after an FIR by the Delhi Police. “I am with the peaceful protest of the peasants,” Greta Thunberg tweeted. No hate, threat can change this. Explain that the Delhi Police have registered a case against the provocative tweet regarding the farmer movement. The FIR was registered under Sections 153A and 120B.
Earlier, it was reported that the police had registered an FIR against Greta. However, the Delhi Police have clarified the situation in this regard. Special police commissioner Praveer Ranjan said on Thursday that his name was not mentioned in the FIR. This case has only been registered against the toolkit manufacturer and is under investigation.
– Greta Thunberg (ret Greta Thunberg) February 4, 2021
Greta shares an updated toolkit
Earlier, Greta Thunberg shared an ‘updated toolkit’ on Twitter. Greta shares a 6-page document that supports Indian farmers and uses the hashtag #FarmersProtest #StandWithFarmers. Call / email any of your government representatives and ask them to take action. Sign petitions online at the same time. Celebrate on February 13/14 near your nearest Indian Embassy, Media House or your local government office. Also share photos on social media using the hashtag #FarmersProtest #StandWithFarmers.
The toolkit previously shared by Greta encouraged people to hold solidarity protests at or near Indian embassies, local government offices or the offices of various multinational Adani and Ambani companies. Billionaires Mukesh Ambani and Gautam Adani have been accused of ‘making money by joining hands with the Modi regime to exploit the people, land and culture of the world’. The new document does not mention companies. In the new toolkit, all dates and references given for operations by January 26 have been removed.