NEW DELHI: The Union Ministry of Sports & Youth Affairs suspended the newly elected body of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI), nullifying Sanjay Singh’s presidency, on Sunday. The ministry took this decision after molestation accused Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh’s close aide, Sanjay, announced Gonda as the choice of destination for the U-15 and U-20 […]
During the bail hearing at the Rouse Avenue court in Delhi on Thursday, the lawyer representing the wrestlers expressed concern about Singh's influence and the potential to tamper with witnesses if granted bail.
Delhi court grants interim bail to Brijbhushan Sharan Singh and Vinod Tomar, former officials of Wrestling Federation of India, in a case related to sexual harassment allegations
The Supreme Court has directed Delhi Police to file an FIR against Singh, and several sports stars have come forward in support of the protesting wrestlers.
After Supreme Court asked them to file FIR against wrestling federation chief, Delhi Police now register cases under POCSO Act and molestation charges
The protestors claim that WFI officials are trying to force the complainants to withdraw their police complaint by offering them money.
Hooda tells The New Indian that the wrestlers want to keep their agitation apolitical and thus he would refrain from visiting the protest site. Will raise issue in Parliament, or hit the streets when needed, he assures protesters
Delhi Police sources told The New Indian that they are yet to receive an official complaint from either the wrestlers or the Delhi commission of women