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INDIA NEWS - According to information received by the World News superfast, Nikita Jacob, who was involved in the Greta Thunberg toolkit case, has confessed to joining the virtual meeting. Nikita has said that she had attended a meeting on January 26, on the Zoom app, with the founder of Poetic Justice Foundation, MO Dhaliwal, Disha and others before 26 January.
Delhi Police said on Tuesday that the meeting took place on 11 January. 70 people attended it. Police has asked for all information from the zoom app.
Nikita cleaning up on virtual meetings and toolkits
According to information received by the World News superfast, the purpose of the toolkit is to present a picture of the movement: Nikita's lawyer has presented some documents related to this case to the police of Mumbai. Among them, Nikita said, 'The toolkit was created by the Indian volunteers of the Extraction Rebellion NGO (XR). The aim was to present a complete picture of the peasant movement at the international level.
Our motive was not to incite violence: he said, 'I have not shared any information with Sweden's climate activist Greta Thunberg. This toolkit was a document informational pack and was not intended to incite violence. I also had no political, religious or economic agenda behind it.
70 people attended virtual meeting, asked everyone details from Zoom- Delhi Police
According to information received by World News superfast, Delhi Police said that in addition to Nikita and Pune engineer Shantanu, 70 people were involved in the virtual meeting. The police have sought details of all these people involved in the meeting with the zoom app. Police said that the meeting was called by the Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF), whose founder is MO Dhaliwal. In this, it was decided to create a toolkit named Global Farmer Strike and Global Day of Action 26 January.
Matters escalated after Greta Thenberg shared a toolkit
This case is related to the farmers of the country, who have been agitating at the doors of Delhi for 83 days. On 3 February, 18-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg wrote two social media posts. In the first post he supported the farmers, in the second post he shared a toolkit. This toolkit was actually a Google document. There was mention of 'Argent, Prior and On Ground Actions'.
Law does not matter in 20 years and 50 years - Delhi Police on Disha's arrest
In this case, Delhi Police arrested Activist Disha Ravi on 14 February. BBA students are 22 years old. He started the India Wing of Climate Activist Group Friday for Fuchure in 2019. The founder of this international group is Greta Thunberg. The opposition and activist community have objected to this arrest. At the same time, farmer leaders have also demanded unconditional release of direction.
Delhi Police has cleared its stand on Disha's arrest on Tuesday.
According to information received by the World News superfast, the Delhi Police Commissioner said that these arrests have been made according to the procedure. The law does not differentiate into 22 years or 50 years. Disha was produced in the court from where he has been sent to a 5-day police custody. This is wrong when people say there were flaws in the arrest.
New revelations of police in toolkit case, activists were preparing for digital strike, Disha sent toolkit to Greta Thanberg via Telegram
According to information received by World News superfast, on the second day of the arrest of activist Disha Ravi in the Greta Thanberg toolkit case, Delhi Police is searching for her close. A Delhi court on Monday issued a non-bailable warrant against two of Disha's associates, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu. Nikita has filed a petition against the Transit Bell in the Bombay High Court, which will be heard on Tuesday.
Police investigation revealed
Bengaluru-based activist Disha, Mumbai-based activist lawyer Nikita and her partner Shantanu had a meeting with the pro-Khalistani pro-Poetic Justice Foundation on the zoom app. The purpose of this meeting was to create a furore on social media and to carry out digital strike in a way. Accordingly, a toolkit was created, which came out on 3 February, quoting Greta Thunberg. In a systematic way, we know what is the matter and the names that are coming up so far, what is the relation with this case.
The toolkit that Greta Thanberg shared in support of farmers
According to information received by World News superfast, this matter is related to the farmers of the country, who have been agitating at the doors of Delhi for 82 days. On 3 February, 18-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg wrote two social media posts. In the first post he supported the farmers, in the second post he shared a toolkit. This toolkit was actually a Google document. There was mention of 'Argent, Prior and On Ground Actions'.
The digital strike and the events of 26 January were mentioned in the toolkit, so the activist was under investigation
According to information received by World News superfast, Prem Nath, Joint Commissioner of Cyber Cell of Delhi Police, the toolkit was referring to digital strike in 'Prior Actions' and Physical Action on 26 January in 'On Ground Actions'. After this, the cyber cell of the Delhi Police, on its alleged anti-government, filed an FIR against the makers of the toolkit on February 4 for sedition and conspiracy. The police gave 2 reasons behind the registration of sedition case-
What happened in Delhi on 26 January was very similar to the action plan outlined in the toolkit. Who to follow, who to tag, it was all decided.
The organization behind this toolkit is banned and pro-Khalistani.
What are the allegations against Disha, Nikita, Dhaliwal and Shantanu?
Apart from Greta, 4 more characters have come up in this case ...
1. MO Dhaliwal's organization accused of making toolkit
According to information received by World News superfast, the most important link in the toolkit case is MO Dhaliwal. Delhi Police's investigation revealed Dhaliwal's name.
Who is Dhaliwal: Born in Canada, Dhaliwal is a director at digital branding creative agency Skyrocket. He is also the founder of the Poetic Justice Foundation. In September 2020, Dhaliwal said in a social media post that I am Khalistani. Dhaliwal's organization Poetic Justice Foundation is considered by the police to be pro-Khalistan.
What are the allegations: Preliminary investigation by Delhi Police has revealed that the controversial toolkit was created by Dhaliwal's organization. A virtual meeting took place on Zoom on 11 January before Republic Day. In this, a woman named Punit added Nikita, Disha, Shantanu and other people. The purpose of the meeting was to create panic on social media around Republic Day and before. After this Nikita, Disha, Shantanu drafted the toolkit.
What Dhaliwal has to say: MO Dhaliwal says that the Poetic Justice Foundation was not built by him, but his friend Anita Lal.
2. Google document created through Shantanu's email account
Who is Shantanu: He is the second important link in the toolkit issue. According to information received by World News superfast, Shantanu is an engineer living in Beed, Maharashtra. They are the companions of Nikita and Disha. He is associated with Nikita from NGO XR.
What are the allegations: According to Prem Nath, Joint Commissioner of Cyber Cell of Delhi Police, Shantanu created an email account. Shantanu's email account is the owner of the Google document. Shantanu shared this toolkit with Disha, Nikita and others. These people are the editors of this document.
3. Disha Ravi was first arrested, accused of drafting and editing toolkit
Delhi Police arrested Disha Ravi from Bengaluru last Sunday. With this arrest, 11 days later the toolkit controversy again came into the limelight. On Sunday, the court sent the court on 5 days police remand.
Who are Disha: 22 year old Disha is a BBA student. He started the India Wing of Climate Activist Group Friday for Fuchure in 2019. The founder of this international group is Greta Thunberg.
What are the allegations: According to the Delhi Police, the direction of the toolkit related to the farmers movement was shared by Greta, who drafted and later edited it with Shantanu and Nikita. According to the information received by World News superfast, he also formed a WhatsApp group to circulate this toolkit. Disha reached this toolkit Greta via Telegram app, but when this toolkit came into public domain, Disha asked Greta to remove it. Later Disha also deleted the WhatsApp group for the toolkit.
What to say about Disha: When Disha was presented in Delhi court on Sunday, she started crying. Disha told the judge that he had edited only 2 lines of this Google document. The motive was that she wanted to support the peasant movement.
4. Nikita Jacob
According to information received by World News superfast, before the arrest of Disha Ravi, Delhi Police is looking for Nikita Jacob.
Who is Nikita: Nikita lives in Mumbai. He is registered with Maharashtra and Goa State Bar Council. He is a Social Justice and Climate Activist. His social media profile says that he is an advocate in the Bombay High Court.
What are the allegations: Delhi Police says that Nikita, along with Disha and Shantanu, created and edited a toolkit. Apart from this, Nikita was also involved in a virtual meeting with Dhaliwal's organization. On February 11, a cyber cell team of Delhi Police went to Nikita's house in Goregaon, Mumbai and investigated the gadgets kept there. These revelations occurred in this investigation. Nikita was not found at home later when the team arrived for her arrest.
What Nikita has to say: Nikita has filed a petition for transit bell in the Bombay High Court. He has sought 4 weeks' anticipatory bail so that he can file an application in a Delhi court. Nikita says that she has cooperated in the investigation and the allegations against her are baseless. Efforts are being made to arrest him in the form of media trials and political vendetta.
The sharp attitude of Congress leaders on the arrest of Disha
Priyanka Gandhi Vadra wrote on social media, 'I am afraid of an unarmed girl with guns, spread by a courageous unarmed girl.'
P. Chidambaram said that India is becoming the platform of absurd things. It is very sad that Delhi Police has become a puppet in the hands of dictators.
Jairam Ramesh said on Disha's arrest, 'This is a cheap act. Spam is harassment and bullying. '
According to information received by the World News superfast, Shashi Tharoor said, "Disha Ravi's arrest is a new step in the way political protests and ideological freedom are being attacked to suppress the peasant movement in India. Does the Indian government not care at all to tarnish its image in the world?
Left, SP and farmer leaders also angry
Left leader Sitaram Yechury said that Modi Raj thinks that the farmers' struggle will be weakened by arresting the granddaughter of the farmers. Indeed, these arrests will awaken the youth of the country and strengthen democracy.
According to information received by the World News superfast, Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav said, 'The question is when will those arrested who are breaking the unity of the country and society in the morning and evening with the toolkit of their words. Those who are promoting hate and division. '
Farmer leader Darshan Pal Singh said, 'United Kisan Morcha opposes the arrest of the youth climate activists who supported the farmers. We demand that he be released as soon as possible and unconditionally.