On Sunday, protesting wrestlers posted the following tweet: “In this case, the wrestlers won’t stop until we get justice, but the battle will be in the courtroom and not on the streets.” Mr. Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh stated today, “The issue is in the legislature, and the legal system will do its work.” After meeting with Sports Minister Anurag Thakur, the wrestlers had previously decided to halt their protest at Jantar Mantar until June 15. In a live video message on social media, protesting wrestlers attacked Yogeshwar Dutt. Wrestlers also stated, “The authorities had charged Singh as promised.”
Brij Bhushan: The case is before the court, and the judge will handle it
Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik, and Bajrang Punia all tweeted in unison that the government had followed through on its promise to indict Singh.
Brij Bhushan’s comment came after the protesting wrestlers said they would not be hitting the streets again
Today, Mr. Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said that “the court will do its work,” a day after the wrestlers protesting against the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president said they would not be hitting the streets again.
“The matter is in the legislature, and the legal system will do its work,” the WFI director was quoted by ANI.
The News Agency tweeted regarding the matter
After filing the chargesheet in the legislature, wrestlers withdrew their demonstration against the former WFI chief.
“The judge will carry out their duties because the matter is before the court,” says Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.
Before, The wrestlers halted their protest until June 15 after meeting with Sports Minister Anurag Thakur
After their expulsion from Jantar Mantar on May 28, Anurag Thakur, the sports minister, assured the wrestlers that government would file an indictment against Singh by then and that none of his relatives would be allowed to run in the WFI elections, so they ceased their protest until June 15.
Protesting Wrestlers slammed Yogeshwar Dutt in a live video address on social media
Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik, and Bajrang Punia attacked Yogeshwar Dutt, a former wrestler who is now a BJP leader, on Saturday in a live video address on social media for questioning the IOA ad hoc panel’s decision to exclude them from the Asian Games trials.
Wrestlers: The administration had kept its promise to charge Singh
The wrestlers tweeted on Sunday that the government had kept its promise to charge Singh. The tweet read, “In this incident, the wrestlers will keep fighting till they get justice, but it (the battle) will be in the courthouse and not on the streets.”