'Toolkit has uncovered a great deal': Jaishankar on Greta Thunberg's tweet on farmers' protest

‘Toolkit has uncovered a great deal’: Jaishankar on Greta Thunberg’s tweet on farmers’ protest

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Two days after Delhi Police professed to have discovered a Khalistani connect to the toolbox shared by Sweden’s young environment dissident Greta Thunberg, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said the record had uncovered a great deal and one can see why his service responded to articulations made by worldwide VIPs on farmers’ protest.

“It has uncovered a great deal. We’ve to keep a watch out what else comes out. As should be obvious, there was a motivation behind why Foreign Ministry responded to explanations which a few superstars gave out on issue on which they clearly didn’t know without question,” Jaishankar said in a vide cut posted by ANI.

On Thursday, the digital wrongdoing cell of the Delhi Police enrolled an FIR on charges of “subversion”, “criminal scheme” and “advancing scorn” against the makers of a ‘tool compartment’ on farmer protests, which Thunberg shared as she stretched out help to the workers. The 18-year-old erased the first tweet on Wednesday yet tweeted another tool compartment on Wednesday night.

#WATCH: EAM Dr S Jaishankar speaks on ‘Toolkit’ matter, says, “It has revealed a lot. We’ve to wait & see what else comes out. There was a reason why Foreign Ministry reacted to statements which some celebrities gave out on matters on which they obviously didn’t know very much.” pic.twitter.com/wWmqWtFkL8

— ANI (@ANI) February 6, 2021

The police said the grouping of occasions in the farmer protests, including the January 26 brutality during the work vehicle rally, was a “copycat” of the supposed activity plan partook in the tool stash. Exceptional CP (Crime Branch) Praveer Ranjan said a primer enquiry demonstrated that the toolbox being referred to was made by “supportive of Khalistani association” Poetic Justice Foundation.

I still #StandWithFarmers and support their peaceful protest.
No amount of hate, threats or violations of human rights will ever change that. #FarmersProtest

— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) February 4, 2021

After worldwide characters like Thunberg, pop symbol Rihanna and legal counsellor creator Meena Harris, niece of US Vice President Kamala Harris, stood up on the farmer protests, the Ministry of External Affairs had on Wednesday hammered “VIPs and others” for their remarks, calling them “neither precise nor mindful”.


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