Indian wrestlers accuse BJP MP of sexual harassment

New Delhi: Indian women wrestlers filed a separate complaint with the police accusing the ruling party’s Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh of sexual harassment.

According to details, Indian women wrestlers have filed a separate police complaint against BJP MP and Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, alleging sexual harassment and criminal threats against them. Accused.

In their complaints filed at New Delhi’s Connaught Place police station on Friday, the wrestlers cited multiple incidents of sexual harassment, dating back to 2012 and the latest in 2022. The complainants say they want results. There is a fear of confrontation.

The protest against the BJP leader is continuing in New Delhi, the protest is led by the Olympic medal winning wrestler Bajrang Punia.

Female wrestlers say that when we are not safe in India, then what will happen to other girls?

The players claimed in a press conference that they have been waiting for justice for the past two and a half months but they have not been heard and are now being treated as liars.

The ruling party’s Brij Bhushan is accused of sexually harassing seven women wrestlers, but even after three months, no case has been registered against the BJP leader.

It should be noted that in January 2023, wrestlers Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik and Bajrang Punia reached Delhi’s Jantar Mantar and leveled several serious allegations against Wrestling Federation President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.

Vinesh Phogat then tearfully said that Brij Bhushan Singh and the coach sexually harass women wrestlers in the national camp.

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