Shantanu Muluk : Profession , Bail , Link with Shiv Sena, Religion, Wiki Bio and all about to Know
Shantanu Muluk had completed his BE, Mechanical Engineering from Doctor Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, after which he went to Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA.
Beed resident Shantanu Muluk is one of the three environmental activists accused by the Delhi Police, who accused him of collaborating with the 'Khalistani organization' in bringing a 'toolkit' over farmers' protest - quit his aerospace engineering job six months ago Thi, to pay attention to the adjoining areas of Vidarbha and Marathwada.
Who is Shantanu Muluk
As reported by The Times of India, as part of his shift to environmental activism, the 31-year-old became a member of several Green Justice reading groups and had a vision for building relationships between youth-led groups.
His friends Say he is a shy and respectful person, friend Shantanu Muluk had completed his BE, Mechanical Engineering from Doctor Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, after which he went to Old Dominion University in Virginia, USA.Family members in Chanakyapuri area of Beed district say they last spoke to Muluk a week ago, when he was in Delhi. According to him, he was working in Aurangabad and was starting a new project in Pune.
Shantanu not associated with Shiv Sena
While Shantanu's cousin Sachin Muluk has been the Zilla Parishad chief of the Shiv Sena for nearly four years, the latter rejected an environmental activist's link to the saffron party.
Sachin said that his cousin Shantanu "does not belong to the Shiv Sena and has not participated in any party activities." Other Shiv Sena workers also heard the same thing.
Shantanu Muluk Bail
The toolkit contains guidelines and content related to running a campaign via Twitter. Shantanu Muluk and Jacob, hailing from Beed district of central Maharashtra, filed separate petitions in the High Court on Monday requesting transit advance bail after a Delhi court issued a non-bailable warrant against them.
Justice Vibha Kankanwadi of the Aurangabad bench of the Bombay High Court granted Muluk ten days' advance bail, allowing him to file his petition before the appropriate court in Delhi for relief. While hearing a similar plea to another suspect in the case, lawyer Nikita Jacob, Justice PD Naik, in the High Court head bench in Mumbai, said he would pass the order on Wednesday.
A case has been registered under sections 124 (A) (sedition), 153 (A) (promoting hatred among various groups) and 120 (B) (criminal conspiracy) of the IPC. Police have alleged that 70 people, including Nikita Jacob and Shantanu, attended a meeting organized on the 'Zoom App' a few days before the violence in the national capital during the tractor parade on Republic Day. More than 500 police personnel were injured and a protestor was killed in the violence.
The official said, Delhi Police has written a letter to the app 'Zoom' used for the video conference, asking for information about the people attending the online meeting on 11 January. Sources said that the police is also likely to contact WhatsApp to get details of the 'International Farmers Strike' group formed in December last year. "We are also trying to investigate the funding module in the toolkit case," said a source.
Police claimed that Dishani Ravi, who was arrested from Bengaluru on Saturday, sent a toolkit to climate activist Greta Thanberg via the Telegram app and persuaded her to take action. Authorities said police had not yet received an answer to an investigation by Google on the document.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Cyber) Prem Nath had said that on January 11, 15 days before the violence on Republic Day, the two attended a meeting organized through the online zoom app by the Khalistan Group Poetic Justice Foundation (PFJ). Nath had said that the meeting on 26 January decided on the modalities to create a toolkit called Global Farmer Strike and Global Day of Action.
Authorities said they are investigating the ISI's relationship with a man named Peter Frederick, who is named in the document and is believed to be associated with an operator of the organization. Nath had said that Mo Dhaliwal, the founder of the Khalistani group PFJ, approached her through Canadian woman Puneet. Police said they were also investigating Peter Frederick's role in relation to the "toolkit".