BJP leader Kapil Mishra is considered mastermind of last years’ riots in New Delhi, an investigation on online telegram groups run by Kapil Mishra, has found that the man is running a network of 20,000 people who are trying to create communal hatred against Muslims.
The conclusion was made by the independent media house Newslaundry, which essentially infiltrated Telegram groups of Mishra’s online network as to how it operated. The news report has highlighted the BJP’s hate-factory which continuously spreads communal poison against minority communities.
The report mentions the whole thing on Mishra’s tweet from November 6, 2020, in which he announces that he is starting a new team called the ‘Hindu ecosystem’, and to connect with the public via Google Docs form Call for His tweet got around 16k likes.
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The Newslaundry team followed the instructions, and its correspondents were added directly to the main Telegram group and later to other affiliated groups.
“Thus, there is a fly-on-the-wall view of how we operate this ecosystem, how it makes publicity material, how it comes with toxic narratives, and that it is communal hatred and whipping How bigotry creates trends on social media platforms for, and, of course, support for Hindutva. “The report states, which was published on 15 February.
Apart from this, the report also clearly shows that BJP-linked groups have used a toolkit to spread hateful messages and what not, besides creating easy ways to tweet and create internet storms.
It is fair to say that Delhi Police arrested 21-year-old activist Disha Ravi from Bangalore for sharing a toolkit, which was shared by global climate change activist Greta Thunberg supported the farmer protest.
Supporting climate activist Disha Ravi, Activist Prashant Bhushan tweeted, “A Toolkit to spread Hate, lies, abuse & threats. This toolkit is offensive, unlike the farmers’ toolkit.”
In addition to explaining how the hate-factory works, the Newslaundy report tracked and described how the “Hindu ecosystem has spread”.
Hindu Ecosystem, The primary group doesn’t allow anyone other than the admins – including Mishra – to post. So, there are associated groups for people – the Pacific Committee, or the Administrative Committee which has more than 33,000 members; Anusheelan Samiti or Review Committee with more than 10,000 members; Ram Ram Ji with about 1,900 people.
On November 27, Misra posted a video for members of his network announcing that their first campaign would begin at 10 am that day, using the hashtag #JoinHinduEcosystem.