Toolkit Case: Police seeks info from ZOOM related to VC before R-Day
Delhi Police, writing a letter to the app 'Zoom' used for the video conference, allegedly joined the online meeting organized by a group of Khalistan supporters on January 11.
New Delhi: The Delhi Police, writing a letter to the app 'Zoom' used for the video conference, allegedly joined the online meeting organized by a group of Khalistan supporters on January 11 to prepare a 'toolkit' in support of the farmers' protest. Information is sought in relation to people.
Zoom meeting with Khalistan Supporter?
Police have alleged that 70 people including Mumbai's lawyer Nikita Jacob. Pune engineer Shantanu attended a meeting held on the 'Zoom' app a few days before the violence in Delhi. Violence during the tractor parade on Republic Day. More than 500 police personnel were injured in this violence and one protester was killed.
The official said, "Delhi Police has written a letter to the app" Zoom "used for the video conference, asking for information regarding the people who attended the online meeting on 11 January.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Cyber) Prem Nath had on Monday alleged that Jacob and Shantanu, 15 days before the violence on Republic Day, on January 11 by the 'pro-Khalistan group' Poetic Justice Foundation (PFJ), through the online Zoom app Had attended a meeting organized.
On 4 February, Delhi Police registered a case regarding this toolkit shared by Greta. This is the first arrest in a tool kit case. Disha has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Mount Carmel College. According to sources, she was working from home when the Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested her.
There has been a lot of ruckus after the disclosure of the strategy that has been made to surround India on the international level with the Farmers Protest. In fact, climate change activist Greta Thunberg tweeted a toolkit (document) that allegedly conspired to surround the Modi government and defame India over the farmers movement.