Wrestlers won’t tolerate Wrestling Federation of India’s ‘dictatorship’: Olympian Bajrang Punia

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New Delhi: 2022 Commonwealth Games Gold medalist Bajrang Punia mentioned that the wrestlers won’t tolerate the continuing dictatorship within the sports activities and can maintain a press convention to disclose the whole lot associated to the protest.

Ace Indian wrestlers Bajrang Punia, Sakshee Malikkh, Vinesh Phogat and others staged a protest at Jantar Mantar in Delhi towards the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI), alleging “harassment of wrestlers by WFI through its arbitrary rules and regulations.”

Bajrang Punia mentioned that the wrestlers won’t tolerate the continuing dictatorship within the sports activities and can maintain a press to disclose the whole lot associated to the protest.

“Wrestlers don’t want to tolerate the ongoing dictatorship. We’ll hold a press conference b/w 3-4 pm and reveal everything there,” Bajrang Punia.

Olympic medalists Sakshee Malikkh and Bajrang Punia are among the many Indian wrestlers current on the Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to protest towards the conceitedness of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI).

The first Indian girl wrestler to win a gold medal at each the Asian and Commonwealth Games, Vinesh Phogat, expressed her displeasure with the Federation’s administration by tweeting about it on social media.

Adding in her tweet she mentioned, “the player wants self-respect and prepare for the Olympics and big games with full vigor, but if the federation does not support them, the morale breaks down. But now we will not bow down. Will fight for our rights”.

The Federation required all wrestlers, regardless of their place, to look in trials, which is probably going a cause for the protest.

“Sportspersons work hard to win medals for the country, but the Federation has done nothing but let us down. Players are being harassed by imposing arbitrary laws,” Sakshi Malik tweeted.

(with inputs ANI)



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