All Requests Of Grapplers Met, Let Police Finish Test: Anurag Thakur
Lucknow: Association Sports Clergyman Anurag Thakur on Friday said that all requests of the grapplers sitting on dharna in Delhi have been met and that they ought to allow a fair-minded test to be finished by Delhi Police.
“It is my solicitation to all the sportspersons who are disturbing there that anything their requests were, they were met. Court has likewise given its headings and they ought to allow a fair test to be finished,” Mr Thakur told journalists in Lucknow.
“Delhi police will do ‘doodh ka doodh pani ka pani’ (explain everything) and make a severe move according to regulation,” he added.
A few grapplers have been fighting at Jantar Mantar in the public capital since April 23 with an interest that the discoveries of a board which was framed to test lewd behavior charges against Wrestling League of India (WFI) boss Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh be disclosed.
Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, a BJP MP from Kaiserganj seat in UP, has been blamed for physically irritating no less than seven female grapplers, including a minor.
Since the fights started, he has been reserved in two FIRs documented by the Delhi Police.