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Brij Bhushan Singh’s outspoken words, said- the movement of wrestlers is moving towards Khalistan

Brij Bhushan Singh, President of the Wrestling Federation of India.

Brij Bhushan Singh, President of the Wrestling Federation of India.

Wrestlers Protest: The performance of the wrestlers is not taking the name of stopping. Politics is being done fiercely on the issue of performance of wrestlers across the country. In this episode today i.e. on Friday, the President of Wrestling Federation of India Brij Bhushan Singh has made a big allegation against all the performing wrestlers including wrestler Bajrang Punia. Brij Bhushan Singh has compared the wrestlers to the Khalistanis. He said that the movement of wrestlers is moving towards Khalistan. Wrestlers are now speaking the language of beheading, this language is not theirs but someone else’s. Slogans are raised against PM Narendra Modi and Yogi Adityanath in the movement of wrestlers.

Brij Bhushan’s question to Congress and AAP

According to media reports, BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh was in Balrampur today i.e. on Friday. He had reached the meeting held at Shakti Smarak College to review the preparations for the saints’ rally to be held in Ayodhya on June 5. During this he said that I want to ask Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and Kisan leader whether they will support the statement of beheading of Bajrang Punia.

Will give the message of unity to the country

Brij Bhushan Singh said that Ayodhya is an ancient city. On June 5, saints from all over the country are going to gather in Ayodhya, in which about 11 lakh people will participate. People of all religions and religions will gather in this rally, who will give the message of unity to the country. The message given from Ayodhya will be very important for the whole country. Let us inform that Balrampur’s Sadar BJP MLA Palturam, former Gasdi MLA Shailesh Kumar Singh Shailu, Tulsipur MLA Kailash Nath Shukla and many other BJP leaders were present in this program.

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