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Case registered against ‘toolkit’ post by Delhi police and not against Greta Thunberg

Greta Thunberg the Swedish climate activist has not been named in the FIR filed by Delhi Police.

Delhi Police registered case against unknown people in “toolkit” social media post controversy.

According to Delhi Police Special Commissioner (Praveer Ranjan ) they have registered a case against the creators of “toolkit” and no one had been named in the FIR and the matter is under investigation. He also said Delhi Police has been closely monitoring several social media accounts since farmer’s protests started at Delhi border. He also added that police was able to identify about 300 accounts that are spreading dissatisfaction and disharmony towards the Government of India. According to the police the Toolkit account was being run by a group of Khalistanis.

Delhi police is also decided decided to conduct a digital strike after the Republic Day incident (26th January). Police also recovered a document about the planned execution and same things were executed during the tractor rally on 26th January.

Police have registered a case against the author of ‘Toolkit’ and handed over the case to cyber cell and they are investigating the matter.

Greta Thunberg earlier on Wednesday posted “toolkit” in a tweet which she later deleted.

Greta also supported the Indian farmers protesting against the new farm law at Delhi border.


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