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Delhi Police are going to write to Google to identify the authors of toolkit

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Delhi Police is soon going to write a letter to Google seeking information about the IP address or location from where the document file containing the ‘Toolkit’ was created and uploaded to the social media platform. Sources said that this is being done to identify the authors of the ‘toolkit’ who shared the Google Document (Google Doc) file.

Delhi Police has registered a case under sections 124A, 153A, 153, 120B of the IPC in connection with the ongoing investigation into the violence during the tractor parade of farmers on Republic Day on 26 January. No one has been named in the FIR yet, it is only registered against the creators of the ‘toolkit’. Cyber ​​of Delhi Police is investigating this case.

FIR registered against unknown people for sharing ‘toolkit’

Delhi Police’s Special Commissioner (Crime) Praveer Ranjan said on Thursday that the Delhi Police on Thursday filed an FIR in connection with the ‘Toolkit’ prepared by the pro-Khalistani organization and shared on Twitter by environmental activist Greta Thanberg and others. Is recorded. Police alleged that according to preliminary investigation, the purpose of this ‘toolkit’ was to wage a ‘social, cultural and economic war against the Indian government’.

Asked whether an FIR has been filed against Greta Thenberg, no one has been named in the case yet. He said a case has been registered against unknown people under criminal conspiracy, sedition and other sections of the Indian Penal Code.

He said that Delhi Police has got a document named ‘Toolkit’ through an account. In it, an action plan was said to spoil the social harmony in the country. He said that in the initial investigation, this document was linked to a pro-Khalistani organization called ‘Poetic Justice Foundation’.

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He said that in the document on 26 January, including the violence, several steps had been taken in this document. The purpose of this ‘toolkit’ is to wage a ‘social, cultural and economic war against the Indian government’.

The statement by the Delhi Police comes against the backdrop of several prominent celebrities, including pop singers Rihanna and Great Thanberg, supporting the protesting farmers. Greta Thanberg, while giving her support to farmers agitating against the Centre’s agricultural laws, shared a ‘toolkit’ for those who want to help.

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