Preliminary investigations conducted to find the source of the power point toolkit tweeted by noted environmental activist Greta Thanberg earlier revealed that she was allegedly created by a pro-Canadian-based institution.
The Times of India quoted government sources as saying that the kit (document) designed to harm the interests of India has been prepared by an institution called Peace for Justice. The co-founder of this organization, Mo Dhaliwal, describes himself as a pro-Khalistan and lives in Vancouver, Canada.
The power point presentation had detailed information about many works against India. Some of the headings in the toolkit were – “Breaking India’s ‘Yoga and Tea’ Image”, “Organized global uproar among overseas Indians on 26 January”, “repeal of agricultural laws”.
The post was deleted by Thanberg, but before that many people in India took screenshots of her post, which soon went viral.
A senior government official, on the condition of anonymity, said, “The documents Greta accidentally shared showed how the tweets made by Rihanna and others were not organic and a major campaign to harm India. It is therefore necessary to see such statements / tweets of important people in India and abroad in the context of a planned and pre-scripted campaign. “
He referred to the Delhi Police investigation initiated to find out where the toolkit came from. Which BJP had on Thursday termed as “schoolkit of anarchy”.
Union Minister VK Singh claimed in a Facebook post that the deleted tweet by Thanberg revealed the true design of the conspiracy hatched against India internationally.
BJP spokesman Gaurav Bhatia said that “they (foreign celebrities) have nothing to do with these laws, they only want to create a state of chaos and crisis in the country”.
He said that “the toolkit that Thanberg tweeted in support of the farmers’ demonstration was the school kit of anarchy.”
On the cover of the toolkit was the heading – Will you be part of the biggest Protest in the history of humanity? The hashtags were ‘#AskIndiaWhy’ and ‘Global Farmers Strike – First Wave’.
The page strip reads, “To stand against India’s weakening democracy (at the behest of the fascist ruling party, RSS-BJP)” and “to stand against the irregular corporateisation of the agricultural sector.”