Wrestlers Protest: Law is equal for all.. Amit Shah in meeting with wrestlers

-Galla S Kiran Kumar,Bureau Chief Telagana (Andhra Pradesh)

Wrestlers Protest: Union Home Minister Amit Shah seems to have said that the law will do its job in the case of Brij Bhushan. It is reported that the agitating wrestlers had a meeting with him recently.


Delhi: The top wrestlers of India, who are protesting against the BJP MP and president of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is facing allegations of sexual harassment, met Union Minister Amit Shah. . The details of this meeting which took place on Saturday midnight have come out recently. It seems that the wrestlers have asked the Union Minister to ensure that a charge sheet is filed against Brij Bhushan as soon as possible. Several national media articles have revealed this.

Wrestlers Bajrang Punia, Sakshee Malikkh, Sangita Phogat, Satyavarth Kadian and others participated in this meeting held at Union Minister Amit Shah’s residence at 11 pm on Saturday. It seems that this meeting was held for about two hours. On this occasion, the wrestlers asked the Union Minister to conduct a transparent investigation and take swift action on the allegations against Brijbhushan. But Amit Shah is reported to have told the wrestlers that “Law is equal for all.. Let the law do its work”. Bajrang Punia confirmed to the media that they met the Union Minister. However, he said that he cannot say anything more than that at the moment.

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Wrestlers protesting against Brijbhushan.. It is known that the recent rally on the day of the inauguration of the new Parliament has become very tense. They were stopped by the police as they were leaving for the new Parliament from Jantarmantar. Jantarmantar was forcibly arrested and evacuated. The way the police treated the wrestlers at that time was shocking. The wrestlers, who were deeply offended by this, recently went to Haridwara and prepared to join their flags in the Ganges. However, at the last minute they backed down on the suggestion of the leaders of farmers’ unions. On the other hand, the Indian Kisan Union, which supported the protesters, demanded the arrest of Brijbhushan by June 9. Otherwise, she warned the central government that they will raise concerns across the board.