Delhi Police Rubbishes Reports Claiming They Found “No Concrete Evidence” To Arrest WFI Chief, Say Probe UnderwayWe hope justice prevails
The Indian wrestlers are standing strong against every obstacle that’s coming their way to get justice for victims of WFI sexual harassment cases. Appalling images from the protest surfaced a few days back only to show, how the authorities have been dealing with it. The Supreme Court had ordered a thorough investigation into the allegations against the WFI chief, and the Delhi Police has finally issued a statement on the investigation.
In a new development on the WFI sexual harassment case, the Delhi police interacted with the media to give fresh updates on the investigation till now. As per some media reports, the Delhi police have not found any evidence to support the allegations put on the WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh by the wrestlers. It further stated that the police shall submit a detailed report on the investigation to the Supreme Court for review within 15 days. The documents can be submitted either as a charge sheet or a final report, as per the news. However, in the latest update on these statements, the Delhi police have dismissed reports of lack of evidence on the WFI chief and clarified that the investigation is ongoing.
— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) May 31, 2023
On the other hand, the WFI chief in a recent public gathering stated that he will hang himself if any concrete evidence is found against him. Brij Bhushan went on to confidently say that if there is any evidence submitted in the court, he would accept the punishment for it.
#WATCH | "If a single allegation against me is proven, I will hang myself. If you (wrestlers) have any evidence, present it to the Court and I am ready to accept any punishment," says WFI chief and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh pic.twitter.com/hfoB7FOhWc
— ANI (@ANI) May 31, 2023
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On May 30, Tuesday, the wrestlers reached Haridwar to immerse their medals in the Ganga as part of their protest. However, due to the intervention of farmer leader Naresh Tikait, the wrestlers decided to give the government an ultimatum of five days post which they would go ahead with their decision.
Let’s wait for more details on the matter.