As the investigations by Delhi Police into the January 26 violence caused by the ‘farmers’ and a corresponding anti-India conspiracy makes significant headway, many names are tumbling out of the stinky closets of Indian leftists and extremists who have started collaborating with Pakistan and its front organisations, including the ISI to destabilase the Modi government and defame India internationally. With the arrest of Disha Ravi, the youthful climate activist who worked to wage a perceptional war against India globally, many groups and media outlets are being exposed for their anti-India machinations.
From within India, at least four individuals – Disha Ravi, Shantanu, Nikita Jacobs and Punit were involved in the creation of the now infamous Google Toolkit, which Greta Thunberg had inadvertently shared, exposing a grand conspiracy to besmirch India’s name. Shantanu and Nikita Jacobs are on the run, while non-bailable arrest warrants have been issued against them. Why are the Delhi Police going after a bunch of youths for merely authoring a toolkit, you may ask? As it turns out, these ‘activists’ were in fact in direct touch with the Khalistani organisation – Poetic Justice Foundation from Canada.
TFI has reported extensively on the role of PJF in stoking violence on the streets of Delhi on January 26. PJF, which on paper is an NGO, has its Instagram page filled with propaganda up to the brim. The organisation falsely claims that the Indian government is killing farmers and is filled with provocative posts and evidently, spent heavily on marketing for Republic Day. In fact, PJF also claimed that 26th January might lead to another Sikh genocide on the lines of 1984. Apart from the rabid anti-Hindu content on PJF’s social media pages, the organisation also held a webinar on ‘Khalistan- The Sikh Freedom Struggle’.
PJF itself played a pivotal role in the creation of the incriminatory toolkit, and the correspondence which the ‘NGO’ had with “youth activists” in India only furthers the belief of many that vested interest groups and Pakistan are involved in the farmers’ agitation and its global marketing. The active participation of Pakistan in the ongoing protests, and its efforts to stoke violence in New Delhi on January 26 were exposed when the Delhi Police found the name of Pieter Friedrich in the toolkit.
Who is Peter Friedrich? The man has been under the radar of the Indian security establishment since late 2006, when the UPA Government was in power. He has been under the radar “when he was noticed being in the company of one Bhajan Singh Bhinder or Iqbal Choudhary.” Bhajan Singh Bhinder has been a very prominent proponent of the ISI’s K2 (Khalistan-Kashmir) Desk. The police have remarked that they are making efforts to ascertain why the anti-India activist’s name was on the toolkit.
Meanwhile, Zee News has reported that Pakistan’s ISI held highly secretive meetings with Khalistani elements in U.S., UK, Canada and Germany to stoke violence during the farmers’ tractor parade of January 26. Such meetings, the report states, took place in the Pakistani consulates located in the said countries. In an explosive revelation, the report also states that some digital news media portals of India, with a Left-inclination were also made part of the conspiracy. Many prominent journalists and fact checkers were also part of the conspiracy, and were seen regularly retweeting Peter Friedrich’s tweets.
It is now clear that the violence of Republic Day this year was not spontaneous, but rather a part of a well-planned conspiracy to defame India and destabilise the Modi government. That leftists, online media portals and terrorists have been caught in the bed together though, is not particularly surprising.