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Arrest Wrestling Body Chief By June 9 Or: Farmer Leaders Warn Centre

"We have taken a decision that the government must address the grievances of wrestlers," farmer leader Rakesh Tikait said

New Delhi: Farmer Leaders who are supporting India’s top competitors in their battle against wrestling body boss Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh have given a new final offer to the middle – capture him or face a bigger dissent.

“We have taken a decision that the government must address the grievances of wrestlers and he (Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh) ought to be captured. If not, we will go with the grapplers to Jantar Mantar in Delhi on June 9 and hold panchayats the country over,” rancher pioneer Rakesh Tikait said.

“The cases against the wrestlers should be withdrawn and the arrest of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh must happen,” Mr Tikait said.

Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, a BJP MP, faces charges of inappropriate behavior and terrorizing. The grapplers have claimed he abused his situation as the head of the Wrestling Alliance of India (WFI) to pester competitors physically.

Farmer groups held a “khap maha panchayat” in Uttar Pradesh and a progression of fights in Punjab and Haryana yesterday in fortitude with the grapplers.

The wrestlers were allegedly manhandled by the Delhi Police workforce when they attempted to walk towards the new parliament work after its initiation by State Head Narendra Modi on Sunday

Olympic and World Champion wrestlers Sakshi Malik, Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia, and Sangeeta Phogat are among those challenging the active WFI boss.

Sports Minister Anurag Thakur has assured of justice to the wrestlers, who, however, have not agreed on anything less than the arrest of the BJP MP.

“The government favours an unbiased investigation We all maintain that equity should be conveyed, however, it will occur subsequent to following the fair treatment,” Mr Thakur said on occasion Organization’s India Monetary Conference yesterday.

The Wrestlers went to Haridwar on Tuesday subsequent to reporting they will submerge their decorations in the Ganga. They were convinced by khap and rancher pioneers not to do the danger. The pioneers looked for five days’ time from the grapplers to address their interests.

The Delhi Police have recorded two FIRs (first data reports) in view of the grapplers’ grievances. One of them is over charges by a minor grappler and has been recorded under the Insurance of Kids from Sexual Offenses (POCSO) Act.