New Delhi: The Delhi Police has underscored the role of Pieter Friedrich, a foreign based activist, known for his links with Pakistan’s ISI and Khalistanis, in organizing the global campaign against India and the large-scale violence on Republic Day in the capital.
The Police has said that the role of Friedrick, who has remained on scanner of Indian intelligence agencies since 2006 role in Delhi violence has come to light during the investigation into the Greta ‘toolkit’ conspiracy.
Modalities for “global day of action” was worked out by Poetic Justice Foundation founded by Mo Dhaliwal. This organisation is associated with the Khalistan group. It was in touch with activists in India and had also organised a Zoom meeting to discuss modalities for global day of action. This web meeting was joined by Disha, Nikita and Shantanu.
Delhi Police has arrested climate activist Disha Ravi from Bengaluru for being allegedly involved in sharing on social media a “”toolkit” related to farmers” protests against the new farm laws. From the House of another accused Nikita Jacob in Mumbai, one cell phone and two laptops have been seized along with some digital information that has been retrieved. Nikita and one more accused Shantanu are absconding.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday threw his weight behind Disha Ravi and said supporting farmers is not a crime and termed her arrest as an “unprecedented attack”.
Chief Minister if Bengal Mamata Banerjee. Likewise, Congress leaders, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra have also extended support to the accused.