Let’s connect some dots from the instances that occurred in the garb of farmers’ protest.
1. The Hashtag
Government of India asked Twitter to block some of the handles that instigated violence using the pretext of farmers’ protest. As many of you know the story, Twitter has tried to play judge, jury and executioner by revoking the initial block of some handles. Twitter, which suspended Donald Trump’s account, accusing it of instigating Capitol Hill violence, is now arguing about freedom of expression.
It should be noted that the government is not disapproving anyone’s freedom of speech in criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi or his government. But when the vested interest groups use trends that claim Modi is planning a genocide, it is a clear case of instigating people to create havoc and violence on the street. Government has rightfully asked to block those handles that were behind this trend.
2. People Behind Toolkit
An arrest has been made in connection with the leaked Greta Thunberg toolkit, making it clear that international groups are attempting a concerted effort to conspire against India using farmers’ protest. Disha Ravi, whom a section of media is trying to portray as ‘climate change activist’, has some disturbing details of her alleged involvement.
Delhi Police sources told India Today TV that the three — Disha Ravi, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk — were “conspiring” with the Poetic Justice Foundation to draft the basic contents for the creation of the toolkit.
Now, their alleged virtual meetings with Poetic Justice Foundation itself is a grave concern because the Foundation is a self-declared Khalistani group that wants to severe Punjab from India. Mo Dhaliwal is a self-proclaimed pro- Khalistani. Our previous article details his links with Khalistan terror groups. It is alleged that Mo Dhaliwal is the one who created the toolkit that Greta shared accidently, and Disha Ravi along with her friends have attended Zoom call meeting with Mo Dhaliwal. As we write this, Delhi Police has asked Zoom to provide further details.
AAP Supported Both the Hashtag and People Behind the Toolkit
Now, you may ask, what has Aam Aadmi Party got to do with all these. It has its role both in the first and second instances that we have illustrated above.
First, people belonging to Aam Aadmi Party took part in the objectionable hashtag trend. Some of the ‘bluetick’ handles related to AAP also used this hashtag that was clearly aiming to stoke violent reaction from people.
Second, the party stood behind Disha Ravi, who is alleged to have links with Khalistani group that is trying to destroy the sovereignty of India.
See it all for yourself.
What Does This Say About AAP?
So, Khalistani elements are designing anarchy on the streets of India by penetrating farmers’ protest. Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party is supporting such elements apparently under the pretext of supporting farmers.
AAP’s dabbling with Khalistani elements is not a new thing. None other than the present Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh had accused AAP previously for having Khalistani links.
Let’s revisit the headlines from the past.
This leads us to one possible angle. That the AAP want to have footholds in Punjab but has not successfully so far is a known thing. The Punjab politics in recent times swing between Amarinder Singh-led Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal, which was BJP ally till recently.
In order to find a path between the two, is Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP has stooped so low to join hands with Khalistani elements even at the cost of nation’s security and integrity? Is the party also in partnership with these anarchists in the plans that Khalistani elements have discussed so publicly? These are the questions that AAP and Arvind Kejriwal need to answer.
Before we wind up, we remind you about the anarchic plan that the Khalistani elements have for India, which was articulated on camera by Mo Dhaliwal who is said to be behind the creation of toolkit.
In a viral video, self-proclaimed Khalistani Mo Dhaliwal has said this without ambiguity.
“If the farm bills get repealed tomorrow, that is not a victory. This battle begins with the repeal of the farm bills, it does not end there. Let no one tell you that this battle is going to end with the repeal of the farm bills. That is because they are trying to drain energy from this movement. They are trying to tell you that you are separate from Punjab, and you are separate from the Khalistan movement. You are not.”
Is AAP inseparable from the Khalistan movement? Arvind Kejriwal owes an answer to the nation.