Digital giant Google has extended its cooperation to the Delhi Police in ongoing investigations into the toolkit fiasco, which began with ecofascist Greta Thunberg mistakenly sharing the incriminatory document on Twitter, single-handedly exposing a grand conspiracy to defame India and destabilise the Modi government.
TFI had earlier reported that Delhi Police had written to Google seeking registration details and activity logs of the account through which the toolkit related to the farmers’ protests was created and uploaded on the social media platform. The toolkit, which was not meant for public circulation in India especially, had brought to light an international conspiracy against the Modi government.
Now, according to IANS, Delhi Police have said that they have received a reply from Google over IP addresses and locations regarding the toolkit, which the sources say was uploaded from locations in Karnataka and Maharashtra. The details shared by Google will help Delhi Police locate all the criminals involved in the creation and propagation of the explosive toolkit – whose sole agenda was to somehow effectuate chaos in India.
Delhi Police have also, according to the same report, contacted Zoom to get information about the virtual meeting that was organised on January 11, in which around 70 people had participated, including Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Shantanu Muluk. It is highly probable that the said Zoom meeting was also the one that was attended by Poetic Justice Foundation founder Mo Dhaliwal.
The cooperation being extended by Google comes in the backdrop of the Modi government successfully taming an overenthusiastic Twitter, which was openly flouting government orders to block inflammatory handles on its platform. After much show of bravado, Twitter was forced to relent, as the Modi government started promoting a domestic microblogging platform – Koo, and also signalled that it will not shy away from banning the American company in India.
Fearing a similar backlash against itself, Google has been cooperating with relevant authorities from the first day. Earlier, according to a statement by the Delhi Police, it had sought the “registration details” and “activity log” of the account through which the “toolkit” document was uploaded. Two e-mail IDs, one Instagram account and one Uniform Resource Locator (URL) were mentioned in the toolkit.
“Police has asked for details from the respective platforms,” the Delhi Police statement said. According to the statement, Instagram was also approached and asked to furnish details of their account that was mentioned in the toolkit.
Google’s cooperation will only further strengthen the Delhi Police’s case against the likes of Disha Ravi, Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk. Furthermore, other conspirators will also be nabbed with the help of details shared by Google. The road ahead seems quite bumpy for anti-India elements and their enablers.