Greta Thunberg responds to Disha Ravi’s arrest, states right to serene demonstration ‘non-negotiable’

Greta Thunberg has actually responded to the arrest of ecological activist Disha Ravi in the ‘toolkit’ case. This is the very first time the Swedish environment activist reacted to the arrest of Disha Ravi, who becomes part of her Fridays for Future motion.

In a tweet on Friday, Greta Thunberg stated, “Freedom of speech and the right to peaceful protest and assembly are non-negotiable human rights. These must be a fundamental part of any democracy.”

While utilizing the hash tag “StandWithDishaRavi”, Swedish teenager environment activist Greta Thunberg likewise connected a declaration released by the Indian chapter of Fridays forFuture It is necessary to keep in mind that Greta Thunberg had actually published the ‘toolkit’ on Twitter that led to the arrest of Disha Ravi and non-bailable warrants versus 2 others.

The Indian chapter of the motion introduced by Greta Thunberg in 2018 stated in a series of tweets on Friday, “Consistent with our mission, we aim to peacefully and proactively continue to advocate for our environment.”

“Disha has been an integral part of this movement. Not only has she been voicing out environment concerns in India but strived for the equality and representation of the country’s most affected and marginalized groups in the global climate movement’s narrative,” Fridays for Future India included.

The group went on to state, “As fellow volunteers we wouldn’t stand back to say that she is one of the finest amongst us all. If there is one thing her activism has taught us, it is to raise our voices peacefully and respectfully for those at stake, to ensure justice for everyone.”

“We at FFF India have always condemned violence of any sort. We will continue our work for Climate Justice issues. Children in India are breathing the most polluted air in the world, eating pesticide ridden food and facing the brunt of water crisis,” Fridays for Future India stated.

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Fridays for Future activist Disha Ravi (21 was jailed by Delhi Police from her Bengaluru home previously this month in connection with the ‘toolkit’ case. The Delhi Police stated Disha Ravi, in addition to co-accused Shantanu Muluk and Nikita Jacob were the developers and partners of a public file targeted at ‘tainting India’s image’ in the background of the farmers’ agitation through ‘social networks strikes’ and ‘Twitter storms’.

Greta Thunberg responds to Disha Ravi's arrest, states right to serene demonstration 'non-negotiable'