Greta Thunberg, Sweden’s environmental activist, became a tool to spoil the environment in India, shared “a toolkit for those who want to help farmers protest in India”. The document contained an action plan for online as well as offline protests linked to the ongoing farmers’ protest in Country.
A police officer investigating efforts to promote separatism by taking advantage of the peasant movement said that the ‘toolkit’ tweeted by Greta was created by MO Dhaliwal, founder of the Vancouver-based Poetic Justice Foundation (PJF) of Canada.
Dhaliwal is looking to fuel the Khalistani movement in India with the support of farmers.
The police officer’s suspicions and accusations are confirmed by a video clip of a recent Mo Dhaliwal, in which he is raising support for the movement as well as raising the separatist movement.
Dhaliwal says in the video, “If the agricultural laws are returned tomorrow, then this will not be our victory.” This war will begin with the withdrawal of agricultural laws.
He further said “Do not let anyone know that this war with agricultural laws will end. Because they are trying to extract energy from this movement. They are trying to tell you that you are separate from Punjab, and you are separate from Khalistan movement”.
Who is Mo Dhaliwal?
Mo Dhaliwal is founder and director of strategy, a Vancouver-based digital branding creative agency called Skyrocket.
Dhaliwal has done his two year business administration diploma from University of Fraser Valley.
One of the post on Facebook, Mo Dhaliwal wrote “I am a Khalistani. You might not know this about me. Why? Because Khalistan is an idea. Khalistan is a living, breathing movement,”.