Greta Thunberg Now Tweets New Farmer Protest 'Toolkit', Calls The One She Deleted 'Outdated'
Greta Thunberg Now Tweets New Farmer Protest 'Toolkit', Calls The One She Deleted 'Outdated'Climate activist Greta Thunberg (Screengrab from NPR video)

Environmental activist Greta Thunberg who kicked up a storm after sharing a 'toolkit' which exposed the international coordination to drive the Delhi farmer protests, has now shared a new toolkit while calling the earlier one 'outdated'.

The initial toolkit shared and promptly deleted by Thunberg showed that a widespread campaign may have been on much before 26 January.

This document is adding fuel to the view that there is an international conspiracy afoot to defame India and the Modi government over the farmer protests.

The document details how and where the protests should be done outside Indian missions abroad, media houses, government buildings and even Adani-Ambani offices.

The document contained a “toolkit”, various images, “samples” and "scripts” in different languages for all the planned actions that the readers can pick from. The document says that “it is paramount to put international pressure on India’s Government” and asks the reader to use these.

Another page in the document listed out the hashtags to be used by the online protesters and the Twitter handles which will tweet in the protests' support. This included names like Greta Thunberg and Rihanna.

Both the last two explosive pages are missing from Thunberg's new 'toolkit'.

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