Hansi: The issue of selection of Bajrang Punia for the Asian Games by the wrestling federation without a trial does not stop. Though the khap panchayats organized in Jind on Saturday were sidelined, a panchayat has now been organized in Sisay village on the issue. Speakers in the panchayat have openly challenged Bajrang Punia to fight with Vishal. It was decided in the panchayat that if Bajrang Punia defeats Vishal Kaliraman in wrestling, the village will honor Punia by gifting him 11 lakh rupees, a car and a buffalo.
In the panchayat organized in Sisai village, Ramkumar announced to pay Rs 5 lakh and Sunil from Bamla village living in Australia announced to give Bajrang Rs 11 lakh for winning the wrestling match. For this, the panchayat has given wrestler Bajrang 10 days to accept the challenge. Spokespersons in the panchayat said if the wrestling association does not comply with their demand, it will protest in Delhi and has sought permission from the government to hold the protest in Delhi.
Khap Panchayat is ahead
Khaps leaders present in the panchayat say that Vishal Kaliraman has been selected for the Asian Games trials. Even after being selected in the trials, wrestler Bajrang Punia was selected for the Asian Games. When the representatives of the Khaps spoke to Bajrang Punia on the matter, he had assured that they would accept the decision of the Khaps. But after no consensus was reached in the Khap Panchayat in Jind and the Khap Panchayats ignored the issue, the entire Sisai village has come out in favor of Vishal. By organizing a panchayat in the village, Bajrang Punia was given an open challenge to wrestle with Vishal.
Bajrang Punia was given 10 days time
Bajrang Punia has ten days in the panchayat to accept this challenge. If Bajrang did not accept this challenge, the Sisai village panchayat decided that there would be opposition to sending Bajrang Punia to the Asian Games without a trial. They will stage a protest rally in Delhi to protest against sending Bajrang Punia to the Asian Games without trial. Panchayat members have also sought permission from the government to protest in Delhi.
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