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NEW DELHI: Environmental activist Greta Thunberg on Thursday reiterated that she supported the farmers’ protests after the Delhi Police filed an FIR in reference to a ‘toolkit‘ she had tweeted.
Unfazed, the teenager local weather campaigner tweeted that she “still” stood with farmers and “no amount of threats” would change that.

However, the police stated that they haven’t named Thunberg and the FIR solely mentions the creators of a toolkit in reference to the farmers protest. A high Delhi Police official stated that the preliminary probe has advised the doc’s hyperlink with a pro-Khalistan group.
In a tweet, posted on Wednesday, Thunberg wrote, “We stand in solidarity with the farmers protest in India”.
Lending her assist to the farmers’ agitation, the teenager activist had shared “a toolkit for those who want to help”.
She deleted the tweet quickly after.
However, in one other tweet on Thursday, she wrote, “Here’s an updated toolkit by people on the ground in India if you want to help. (They removed their previous document as it was outdated.)”
In the brand new “toolkit”, the local weather activist requested individuals to tweet, name/e-mail authorities representatives asking them to take motion and advised a number of different actions to assist protesting farmers .

Among those that had expressed solidarity with the farmers on Twitter had been pop star Rihanna, environmental activist Greta Thunberg and likewise US Vice-President Kamala Harris’ lawyer niece Meena Harris. The tweets drew world consideration to the protests as outstanding international personalities echoed assist for the agitation.

Follow the condemnation, India hit on the “vested interest groups for trying to enforce their agenda on these protests, and derail them.”
Before speeding to touch upon such issues, the MEA stated in a press release, “we urge that facts be ascertained, and a proper understanding of the issues at hand be undertaken.”
The ministry stated that the feedback had been “neither accurate nor responsible”, claiming that the protests had been by “a very small section of farmers” in elements of India. The ministry additionally warned concerning the risks of using hashtags.

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