Delhi Police on Thursday registered an FIR over climate activist Greta Thunbergs tweet where she shared a toolkit regarding the ongoing farmers protest. In the tweet, she had accidentally tweeted a toolkit document which had an elaborate plan on what to tweet, when to tweet and whom to tag in the tweet while tweeting about the farmers agitation. Although Greta Thunberg deleted the tweet, she once again tweeted saying that she still supports the farmers protest. I still #StandWithFarmers and support their peaceful protest. No amount of hate, threats or violations of human rights will ever change that. #FarmersProtest, she tweeted. Regarding the FIR, Praveer Ranjan, Special Commissioner of Police (CP), Delhi Police, said: We havent named anybody in the FIR, its only against the creators of toolkit which is a matter of investigation Delhi Police will be investigating that case. We havent named anybody in the FIR, its only against the creators of toolkit which is a matter of investigation Delhi Police will be investigating that case: Praveer Ranjan, Special Commissioner of Police (CP), Delhi Police when asked if Police has named #GretaThunberg in FIR pic.twitter.com\/NT2wu0KN9h A statement by the Ministry of External Affairs said that the temptation of sensationalist social media hashtags and comments is neither accurate nor responsible. External Affair Minister S Jaishankar tweeted, Motivated campaigns targeting India will never succeed. We have the self confidence today to hold our own. This India will push back. Home Minister Amit Shah said, No propaganda can deter India India stands united and together to achieve progress. The tweet by Rihana and Thunberg took social media by storm in India as many celebrities including cricketers, actors and singers tweeted saying that India is capable of handling its own matters and said that external forces can be spectators but not participants in Indias internal matters. Thousands of farmers have been protesting at Delhi border points for over two months against the Centres three new farm laws.