New Delhi: Wrestlers have been protesting and demanding justice for a long time, but a tweet by Vinesh Phogat on Thursday caused an uproar. Phogat tweeted and questioned whether the girls of the country will get justice in this atmosphere of fear and panic. After this he tweeted another question asking that because of the time this fight for justice is taking, will these daughters lose courage one by one??? May God give courage to all.
A minor female wrestler who filed a case of sexual harassment has changed her statement. In the first statement, the minor female wrestler accused Brij Bhushan of sexual harassment, after which she has filed her second statement in which she has accused the former president of the wrestling association of discrimination. Nowhere in this statement did he mention sexual harassment. Regarding this, the father of the minor female wrestler said that the case was done out of anger. They claimed that Brijbhushan and the Indian Wrestling Federation had committed bias during the selection of wrestlers in the Asia Championship.
Charge sheet against Brijbhushan by June 15 and WFI elections by June 30: Anurag Thakur
After a meeting between the wrestlers and Sports Minister Anurag Thakur on Wednesday, the government has agreed to most of their demands. After a meeting that lasted more than five hours, Thakur said that a charge sheet would be filed against former WFI president Brijmohan Sharan Singh by June 15 on the players’ allegations and the players had agreed to suspend their protest until then. After the meeting, Thakur told reporters that there was a positive discussion on a very sensitive issue in a very good atmosphere. All decisions in the meeting were taken by mutual consent. Among the suggestions given by the players was the demand for the Wrestling Federation of India elections to be held by June 30. Apart from this, Brijbhushan Sharan Singh and his related persons were not elected to the Federation.