Wrestlers Protesting At Jantar Mantar Starts Black Day In Demand Of Justice: Details Inside!!!

The Wrestling Federation of India’s chief, Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, is the target of wrestlers’ protests at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Despite their demands for justice, no action has yet been taken in their favour, and Brij Bhushan continues to roam freely. They have now begun the Black Day, as stated by the wrestlers. Yesterday, the wrestlers made a statement regarding the Black Day on May 11, 2023.  Vinesh Phogat, the Asian Games champion from 2018, said: “I appeal to all the individuals and organisations supporting us to come and join us in a black armband protest on Thursday. Tomorrow , we will express our opposition by wearing black armbands.”

The wrestlers began Black Day at 10 a.m. and will continue until 2 p.m., during which time they will wear black bands on their heads and arms to protest the incident and seek justice. Additionally, Sangeeta Phogat released a video in which numerous wrestlers and other fans can be seen discussing about Black Day while donning black bands. Using the title, Sangeeta posted the video to her Twitter account, “Black Day start 10am-2pm ️ #Black_Day_11_May #istandwithmychampions #wrestlersprotest #wewantjustice

When FIRs were filed against him on April 29, Brij Bhushan asserted his innocence and stated that he was willing to cooperate with any probe. The wrestlers insisted that he take a lie detector drug test as SC watched over him. Olympic bronze medalist Malik from Rio 2016 told the media, “Those people speaking in favour of the WFI chief and saying that we are lying, I would say that Brij Bhushan should undergo a Narco Test under Supreme Court… and also the seven women wrestlers (all the ones who have alleged him of sexual harassment).”