The Delhi Police while reacting to the ongoing mayhem on the wrestlers protest and the alleged sexual harassment case against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) Chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh stated that the Delhi Police will submit the status report in court soon.
There were reports stating that the Delhi Police had allegedly stated that there isn't sufficient evidence in favour of the allegations levelled against Singh by female wrestlers and that it will submit the report within 15 days.
The Delhi however refuted the allegations and stated that the police stated that the cases filed by women wrestlers are still under consideration. Status reports are being filed before the court regarding the investigation in the said cases.
Delhi Police PRO, Suman Nalwa said, “As the cases are under investigation, it would be against the procedure to say anything before the report is filed in the court.”
The wrestlers, who were protesting at Jantar Mantar here since April 23 demanding the arrest of Singh, were removed from the site by the police after they tried to march towards the new Parliament building following its inauguration. The wrestlers were detained, before being released later.
The wrestlers then announced that they would immerse their medals in the Ganga river in Haridwar as a mark of protest to demand action against Singh.