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Candle march of wrestlers, Poonia said – respect of sisters is more than life, many leaders participated

Candle march of wrestlers.

Candle march of wrestlers.

Wrestlers Protest: Protests against Wrestling Federation of India President Brij Bhushan Singh are not taking the name of stopping. Today i.e. on Tuesday, wrestlers took out a candle march from Jantar Mantar to India Gate. The wrestlers had already announced this. Wrestlers took out candle march from 5 pm today and reached India Gate. Many leaders of the country also took part in this march. Former governor Satyapal Malik, farmer leader Rakesh Tikait and Bhim Army leader Chandrashekhar Azad also participated in the march. At the same time, Khap representatives also participated in this march.

Sister’s respect is more than our life – Poonia

During this, wrestler Bajrang Punia said that the honor of sisters is more important than our lives. Until we do not get justice for our sisters, this movement will continue like this. He further said that many people are working to defame this movement, so we request you to keep supporting us like this. He said that the countrymen should ask the country why our champion is on the streets. The champion’s place is not in the streets, but in the arena.

This is the fight of the daughters of the country – Sakshi Malik

Wrestler Sakshi Malik said that this is the fight of the daughters of the country, in this we need your support. Thousands of people marched for justice from Jantar Mantar to India Gate. He said that today it has been one month since we have been agitating, but we have not got justice.

Satyapal Malik also reached India Gate

Former Governor Satyapal Malik, who came to support the wrestlers, said that the daughters of the country should get justice. If the government was right then Brij Bhushan Singh would have been in jail. Wrestlers have been protesting for the arrest of Brij Bhushan Singh since April 23, but no hearing has taken place so far. Brij Bhushan Singh is accused of sexually assaulting 6 female wrestlers including a minor.

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