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IOA dissolves ad-hoc panel, issues directives to WFI after removing ban

IOA dissolves ad-hoc panel, issues directives to WFI after removing ban

ith the ban lifted and the selection trials concluded, WFI can now concentrate on its fundamental responsibilities of fostering and organizing wrestling events nationwide.

The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has declared the disbandment of the temporary ad-hoc panel overseeing the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI). This decision follows the removal of the ban imposed on WFI by the United World Wrestling and the smooth conduct of selection trials supervised by the temporary committee appointed by the IOA.

With the ban lifted and the selection trials completed without issues, the IOA has concluded that it is unnecessary to continue managing WFI’s affairs through a temporary committee. This action indicates a return to normalcy and stability for Indian wrestling, enabling WFI to resume its operations under its regular governance structure.

The decision to dissolve the temporary panel demonstrates confidence in WFI’s capability to once again independently oversee its activities. With the ban lifted and the selection trials concluded, WFI can now concentrate on its fundamental responsibilities of fostering and organizing wrestling events nationwide.

This development is expected to bring relief to stakeholders within the wrestling community and facilitate renewed attention towards the growth and progress of wrestling in India. Overall, the dissolution of the temporary panel signifies a positive stride for Indian wrestling, signaling a return to regularity and the resumption of standard administrative functions within the WFI.

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