FIR lodged in Delhi against Greta Thunberg, she tweeted this on Farmers’ Protest

Greta Thunberg
Greta Thunberg

However, earlier, the Indian External Affairs Ministry had also issued a statement saying, “Before commenting on such cases, we appeal that the truth should be ascertained.

Greta Thunberg, who identifies as an environmental lover around the world, has been caught up in a tweet on the farmers’ movement. An FIR has been lodged against Greta in Delhi.

Thunberg has been accused of making inflammatory tweets provoking the farmers’ movement. According to information, Delhi police has registered a case against Greta Thunberg for spreading hatred among people under section 120B and criminal conspiracy under section 153A.

The Foreign Ministry had also issued a statement

However, the Indian External Affairs Ministry had earlier issued a statement saying, “Before commenting on such cases, we appeal to ascertain the truth and gain a correct understanding of the cases.

The Indian Parliament has passed agricultural laws after full debating and taking Advise with all the Ministers in the parliament .”

What was said by Greta Thunberg?

“We are all united for the farmers’ movement in India,” Greta Thunberg had said, in addition, in another tweet, sharing a document that shared an action plan to put international pressure on Indian rule.

In which a major conspiracy against the Indian rule is evident. Her action plan in the deleted Tweet had planned such as sharing photos on social media, running hashtags, sharing photos and videos in farmers’ advocacy.

Rihanna also tweeted

In addition to Thunberg, Hollywood pop singer Rihanna also tweeted about farmers. She said why we are not talking about it.

After which Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut wrote to her as a fool, “Nobody is talking about it because they are not farmers, they are terrorists who are trying to divide India.

So that China can occupy our nation and make it a Chinese colony like the United States. You sit like a fool.”

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Farmers’ agitation continues for 71 days

Farmers have been protesting against the central government’s farming laws for 71 days on the border of Delhi.

Meanwhile, there were several rounds of talks between the government and farmers ‘ organizations, but there was no concrete solution.

However, the government had given a number of proposals to farmers which were refused by the farmers.

Violence during tractor rally

The farmers were worried about the agitation for several days. After which They organized a tractor rally on the occasion of Republic Day.

A large number of farmers were involved with tractors. In the meantime, violence took place in several places, killing one farmer while more than 300 policemen were wounded. The farmers also reached the Red Fort and had hoisted their flags there.