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After Delhi Police Files An FIR Greta Thunberg Tweets ‘I Still #StandWithFarmers’


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Delhi
Police
has
filed
an
FIR
against
the
‘toolkit’
shared
in
a
tweet
posted
by
the
teen
climate
activist
Greta
Thunberg
in
support
of
the
farmers’
protests
in
India.
Apart
from
Greta,
pop
icon
Rihanna’s
solidarity
with
the
farmers’
agitation
attracted
global
attention
to
the
matter.

Greta Thunberg

According
to
earlier
reports,
Delhi
Police
had
booked
Greta
Thunberg
and
charged
the
teen
with
Section
153A
(promoting
enmity
between
different
groups
on
grounds
of
religion,
race)
and
Section
120B
(criminal
conspiracy).
However,
the
police
clarified
that
nobody
has
been
named
in
the
FIR.

A
report
by
NDTV
stated
that
the
Delhi
Police
filed
the
FIR
against
the
“elements” who
were
trying
to
take
advantage
of
the
farmer
protests
and
“one
account”
had
posted
a
toolkit
that
was
authored
by
a
group
called
the
“Poetic
Justice
Foundation”.

According
to
Delhi
Police,
the
foundation
belongs
to
a
“Khalistani
organisation”.
Praveer
Ranjan,
Special
Commissioner
of
Police,
said
the
toolkit
“exposes
the
conspiracy
by
an
organized
overseas
network”
to
instigate
the
farmer
protests.

Greta
who
is
also
rumoured
to
have
been
nominated
for
the
Nobel
Peace
Prize
this
year,
had
tweeted,
“We
stand
in
solidarity
with
the
#FarmersProtest
in
India”
on
Tuesday
night
(February
2).
Two
days
later,
she
reacted
to
being
called
out
by
netizens
on
social
media
and
wrote,
“I
still
#StandWithFarmers
and
support
their
peaceful
protest.
No
amount
of
hate,
threats
or
violations
of
human
rights
will
ever
change
that.
#FarmersProtest.”

Before
Delhi
Police’s
action,
the
Ministry
of
External
Affairs
(MEA)
issued
a
statement
on
Tuesday
asking
celebrities
to
refrain
from
sensationalising
the
issue
for
the
sake
of
popular
hashtags.

“Before
rushing
to
comment
on
such
matters,
we
would
urge
that
the
facts
be
ascertained,
and
a
proper
understanding
of
the
issues
at
hand
be
undertaken.
The
temptation
of
sensationalist
social
media
hashtags
and
comments,
especially
when
resorted
to
by
celebrities
and
others,
is
neither
accurate
nor
responsible,”
it
read.

On
Wednesday,
the
Ministry
of
External
Affairs
said
that
it
is
“unfortunate”
that
some
vested
groups
are
garnering
international
support.
MEA’s
statement
had
been
shared
by
several
Bollywood
celebrities
including,
Akshay
Kumar,
Ajay
Devgn,
Karan
Johar,
Suniel
Shetty
and
others.

xfarmersprotest 1612330360.jpg.pagespeed.ic.7TvYF0p2ZEALSO
READ:

Rihanna
&
Climate
Activist
Greta
Thunberg
Bring
International
Attention
To
Farmers’ Protest
In
India

xfarmersprotest1 1612438754.jpg.pagespeed.ic.93zOYsR92rALSO
READ:

Swara
Bhasker,
Sayani
Gupta,
Anubhav
Sinha
Slam
B-town
Colleagues
For
Sharing
MEA’s
Statement





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