Know all about Greta Thunberg Deleted Toolkit on the Farmers Protest – Facts and Details

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As the Farmers protest in India got global attention and even International celebrities started talking about it sharing a CNN article, even climate activist Greta Thunberg shared a certain toolkit on February 3. Although she deleted it notifying that it was outdated, it has resulted into the arrest of Disha Ravi, a young climate activist from Bangalore, India.

Here we shall share everything about Greta Thunberg deleted toolkit on farmer’s protesting that you need to know –

A 6-Page Document Titled ‘Global Farmers Strike – First Wave’ Was Shared

Asking the readers to stand up against the corporatisation of India’s agriculture sector the deleted toolkit shared by Greta Thunberg was a document titled Global Farmers Strike – First Wave.

Greta Thunberg Deleted Toolkit Tweet Mentioned @FFFIndia

In her tweet that was deleted, Greta Thunberg mentioned @FFFIndia – Friday’s For Future, India. Now Friday’s for Future is a global strike movement started in 2018 after 15-year-old Greta demanded urgent action against climate crisis by sitting outside the Swedish Parliament. Disha Ravi who has been arrested is a member of FFF India.

It also Tagged @XRebellionInd – Extinction Rebellion India

Extinction Rebellion or X Rebellion is a global environment movement in more than 70 countries. The aim of the organization is to compel the actions of the government to avoid tipping points in the environmental and ecological loss through nonviolent civil disobedience.

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The Deleted Toolkit Had 5 Key Links Titled – More Information – Important Links

Greta Thunberg deleted toolkit had five important links as under –

Link 1 lead to a website Kisaan Ekta Co. (Farmers United) that is run by a volunteer group of people in the UK, USA and Canada who are keen about the entire issue that is affecting the Indian agricultural community.

Link 2 was about with an anchor text – A Protest and Divest Adani, Ambani

Link 3 – AskIndiaWhy (dot com) – the site is currently unavailable

Link 4 – Trolley Times (dot online) (Farmers at the borders’ Newsweekly) – The data on this site is in Punjabi

Link 5 – List of Farmer Deaths at Delhi borders via a Blogspot article.

The Deleted Great Toolkit Talked about Urgent Actions and Prior Actions

Stating about all the action s- what to do when to do and how to do, the toolkit in the Urgent action talked about creating a twitter storm on February 4 and 5 and mentioned about – signing online petitions, approaching government representatives and divesting corporates like Adani and Ambani.

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Prior actions talked about tweet storm on Jan 23 and Jan 26, digital strike with #AskIndiaWhy, zoom meetings and protest outside various different places including Indian embassies and government offices.

Resources were also shared including Poetic Justice Foundation

If you want to see the entire Greta Thunberg Deleted Toolkit check out the Scribd link here which has been uploaded by Republic World.

The link Between the Deleted Greta Toolkit and the Arrest of Disha Ravi

According to Delhi Police, Disha Ravi along with Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk played an instrumental role in creating the deleted toolkit that was shared by Greta on twitter. A sedition case along with criminal conspiracy has been registered on all three.

Delhi Police also have access to chats between Disha Ravi and Greta Thunberg where the former is telling the later to delete the tweet after it went live. The Police also alleges that the trio even had a Zoom meeting on Jan 11 with pro Khalistani group Poetic Justice Foundation for Jan 26 which was attended by some 60+ people. Based on the bullet points of this meeting was the toolkit created as alleged by the Police.

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Also Read: 5 Allegations on Disha Ravi by Delhi Police & Her Defense on the Charges

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