Wrestlers Protest: Security Enhanced at Delhi-Ghazipur Border Ahead of Farmers’ March to Jantar Mantar | Delhi News

NEW DELHI: Delhi police tightened security at Delhi-Ghazipur border on Sunday ahead of farmers’ march towards Jantar Mantar in support of the protesting grapplers.
Top wrestlers in the country including Bajrang Punia, Sakshi Malik and Vinesh Phogat have been protesting for two weeks at Jantar Mantar here, demanding the sacking of Brij Bhushan AS wifi extension capo and his arrest over the alleged sexual harassment of female grapplers.
Samyukt Kisan Morcha has announced that it is holding nationwide protests, including in Delhi, in support of the wrestlers.
Several leaders of the organization from Punjab, Haryana, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh will visit the protest site at Jantar Mantar and offer support to the protesting wrestlers.
“They are in power and it is very difficult to stand up against a person who is abusing his power and position for so long, but we will fight against him,” said ANI Farmers Leader Joginder Singh, on the matter. allegation against BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.
The wrestlers had formed two committees on Friday to advise them on future course of action in their fight against Brij Bhushan.
Previously, the SKM had led the year-long farmers’ protest on the borders of the national capital against the now repealed agricultural laws.
On 23 April, Bajrang Punia, Vinesh Phogat and Sakshee Mallik returned to the protest site in Jantar Mantar, claiming that six women wrestlers and a minor girl had filed a sexual harassment complaint against Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh at Connaught Place Police Station, but the delhi police did. do not register an FIR. The protesting grapplers also asked the Ministry of Sport to make the results of the Monitoring Committee public.
Delhi Police filed two FIRs on 28 April following the notice of the Supreme Court.
– With input from ANI, PTI


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