New Delhi . Sweden’s climate activist Greta Thunberg has supported 22-year-old Disha Ravi, arrested in a tool kit case in India. He has tweeted and said that freedom of expression and peaceful demonstration is the human right of all. There can be no debate on this human right. It should be a fundamental part of democracy. Along with this, Greta Thenberg also put a hashtag of Stand with Disha Ravi. In support of jailed direction Ravi Ravi, Greta Thunberg quoted a tweet from the organization ‘Fridays for Future India’, stating that ‘Friday for Future India is a part of the global movement for climate justice. We are made up of a group of students who are working towards creating a future that is worth living, with only hope. ‘ One tweet states that we all aim to start a conversation about the climate crisis.
Meanwhile, Disha Ravi, accused of conspiring to defame India at the international level in the name of opposition to agricultural laws, was produced by the Delhi Police on Friday in a court in Patiala House in New Delhi. Police told the court that Disha is not cooperating in the inquiry. She blames co-accused Nikita Jacob and Shantanu Muluk for the incident. The police said the need for further inquiries, on which the court approved direction to keep the direction for three days and police remand. It is noteworthy that in the past, pop singer Rihanna tagged a news on the movement going on in the national capital region The site wrote on Twitter why we are not talking about it. Shortly thereafter, Swedish citizen Greta Thunberg wrote that I support the ongoing peasant movement in India. Later, by tweeting a few more, Greta released a tool kit outlining the steps to broaden the movement. After this, some other celebrities also gave statements in support of the movement.
After this, the Government of India had reacted very strongly on the issue of farmers on behalf of foreign celebrities. India’s Foreign Ministry had said that it should try to know its truth before jumping into the controversial issue. The greed to run a sensational Internet media hashtag is highly irresponsible behavior. At the same time, the Home Minister of India, Amit Shah, described it as straightforward propaganda. Not only this, Bollywood and country sports stars also gave a befitting reply to foreign celebrities.