Sakshi Malik writes a scathing post on Brij Bhushan Singh & Sanjay Singh-led WFI

Sakshi Malik writes a scathing post on Brij Bhushan Singh & Sanjay Singh-led WFI

Sakshi Malik had retired from wrestling in December last year, during their protest against ex-WFI chief Brij Bhushan Singh

Ex-India wrestler, and 2016 Rio Olympics bronze medalist Sakshi Malik has once again launched an attack on ex-WFI president Brij Bhushan Singh, and the current chief Sanjay Singh, who is a close aide of the former. In a long, sarcastic post, she welcomed Sanjay, and how women wrestlers will continue to suffer under the regime.

She wrote, “With a broken heart, I welcome Sanjay Singh alias Brij Bhushan Singh to the WFI. The women’s camp will once again be held in Lucknow, and the nationals will take place in Nandini Nagar; women wrestlers from Haryana will suffer once again since there will be no one to stop them, they are bigger than the government, and the people.”

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“I would like to inform all affiliated units of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) that the selection trials to select the teams for participation in the following events are being conducted on 10th and 11th March 2024 at K.D. Jadhav Wrestling Indoor Stadium, IGI Sports Complex, New Delhi,” the WFI president Sanjay Singh said in a statement.


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