Sushil Kumar camp beats up Parveen Rana’s brother during Commonwealth Games wrestling trials
Delhi police have registered a case against Indian star wrestler Sushil Kumar and his supporters. Naveen Rana (brother of Parveen Rana) complained to Delhi police that Sushil and his supporters attacked his brother Naveen Rana along. The police registered a case under section 323 and 341 against Sushil and his supporters.
The incident took place in Delhi at Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, on friday. Commonwealth Games wrestling trials were conducted at Indira Gandhi indoor stadium on Friday. Sushil won all the bouts. After Sushil victory against Parveen in the semi-finals, Sushil-Parveen’s supporters stir each other in the stadium . Rana alleges that Sushil supporters beat him and his brother for playing against Susil.
Rana had recently claimed that Sushil supporters are threatening to kill him if they participate in the Pro Wrestling leagues starting in January.
Sushil Kumar has recently qualified for the 74th freestyle category for the Commonwealth Games in Australia’s Gold Coast next year.
Wrestling Federation of India president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh said he heard about the ruckus, but had not received any complaint.
— ANI (@ANI) December 29, 2017
“Someone told me Praveen’s brother got hurt. But nothing happened inside the playing area. If someone got beaten up outside, the police will deal with it,” he said.
Sushil Kumar said he was inside the room and had no idea who all were involved. “None of my friends or supporters were involved in the brawl,” he said, adding that such things shouldn’t happen in sporting events.