- A candlelight march from Jantar Mantar in the nation's capital to India Gate has been organised this evening by wrestlers protesting in Delhi over allegations of sexual assault by national federation president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.
- Candles must be lit at home at 5 o'clock, and those who are unable to participate in person should post videos on social media to show their support.
The khap 'mahapanchayat' on Sunday decided that the women supporting the protest against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh will hold a panchayat before the new Parliament building on May 28, the day the newly-built edifice will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Not a single BJP woman Parliamentarian has met the wrestlers to extend support in our fight for the dignity of women, we will write letters for their support: Vinesh Phogat
- In the footage, BKU members can be seen attempting to climb over barricades in order to get to the protest site.
- They were rushing to get to the dharna site and some of them climbed the access barricades, which they then knocked down and took down.
‘I am with the players. And if the need arises, I would love to talk to the top authorities for resolving the issue’
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