The wrestlers'protest will continue in the court, said Sakshi. Notably, after fighting for days on streets, at Delhi's Jantar-Mantar, they said, "In this case, the wrestlers' protest will continue until we get justice, but it (fight) will be in court and not on the road." They said, the Government of India has fulfilled their promise and filed a chargesheet against the WFI Chairman Brij Bhushan Sharan in sexual assault charges.
Concerned that the protesting wrestlers can take the extreme step of immersing their medals into the holy river Ganga, members of the 1983 World Cup-winning cricket team urged the elite athletes not to take a hasty decision and hoped their grievances will be heard and resolved. Notably, the protesting wrestlers decided to immerse their winning medals for India in Ganga, demanding arrest of WFI President Brij Bhushan
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal