FIR lodged against wrestler Sushil Kumar, followers for clashes


Delhi Police charged Olympic-medallist Sushil Kumar on Saturday in link with his followers brawling with those of opponent wrestler Parveen Rana at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, cops affirmed

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The police has filed case against Sushil Kumar and his fans under section 341 (wrongful restraint) and 323 (voluntarily causing hurt) of Indian Penal Code.

The followers of the two wrestlers on Saturday involved in an unsightly conflict and the incident occurred during the selection test for the Gold Coast Games that will take place in April 2018.

Kumar had triumph all his session but things took a repulsive twist when Rana after thrashing away from the former in the semifinal match.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central) Mandeep Singh Randhawa validated that an FIR has been filed but the cause behind the fight was being investigation.

He affirmed the cops have not got any grievance against Rana or his supporters from Kumar or his camp.

On Saturday, Kumar had asserted that he was crunched by Rana during the match.

“… he bit me but no problem, it might be his tactics to stop me from performing well. All this is a part of sports,” Sushil affirmed.

“Whatever happened here was wrong. I condemn it. There was mutual respect after the fight ended,” he wrote.

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On Friday, Rana stated that Kumar’s followers gave death caution to him and challenged him to take part in the forthcoming Pro Wrestling League.