‘Dabdabba tha, dabdabba rahega…’: Brij Bhushan after his aide Sanjay Singh elected WFI president – Times of India

'Dabdabba tha, dabdabba rahega...': Brij Bhushan after his aide Sanjay Singh elected WFI president - Times of India

New Delhi: After his asst Sanjay SinghI have victory Wrestling Federation of India (WFIelections, Brij Bhushan Sharan Singhthe former president of the federation said on Thursday that it was a symbol of the success of wrestlers across the country and that “Dabdaba tha, Dabdaba rahega” (dominance was, dominance will remain!).
Former WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh’s aide Sanjay Singh was elected the new WFI president on Thursday, “This is not my personal victory, this is the victory of the country’s wrestlers. All wrestling activities were stopped for 11 months. It is hoped that after the formation of the new federation, the wrestling competitions which have been stalled for the past 11 months will resume,” Brij Bhushan told the media.
“The message has been delivered. Firecrackers are being burst in every arena in the country. There was chaos, there will be chaos! I want to give credit to the wrestlers and voters of the country for the victory. I also want to thank the government. Elections Supreme were held on the direction of the Court and the Center filed a PIL for the same. Elections were conducted by the Punjab and Haryana High Court and the Center proceeded to ensure the elections and a neutral person was elected as President. This ‘eclipse’ of 11 months on wrestling is over. Within 10 days, the landscape of wrestling will change once again and we will perform at the Olympics the way people want us to,” concluded Brij Bhushan. What did
Sanjay Singh Pehlwan on being elected as the new president of WFI Sakshi Malik He said that we had demanded a woman president, if the president was a woman, there would have been no harassment, but earlier there was no participation of women and today you can see the list, not a single woman has been given the presidency. We fought with full strength but this fight will continue, new generation wrestlers have to fight.

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Held on Thursday, December 21, the WFI elections finally took place after several postponements earlier in the year. Voting took place early in the day in New Delhi, with counting soon after.
In the WFI election, Sanjay Singh’s panel won by getting 40 votes, while the opposition panel got only 7 votes.
“A national camp (for wrestling) will be held. Wrestlers who want to do politics can do politics, those who want to wrestle will wrestle,” Singh told reporters. .
Sanjay previously held a position on the Executive Council of WFI. Starting in 2019, he has also served as the joint secretary of the national federation.
The WFI elections were originally scheduled to be held on August 12. However, the Punjab and Haryana High Court, while hearing a petition in August, extended the stay on the WFI elections till September 25. Wrestling in the country, was initially planned for June this year.
Earlier this month, Bajrang Punya And Sakshi Malik met Union Sports Minister Anurag Thakur at his residence in the national capital to discuss the WFI elections.
Sakshi’s husband Satyavarat Kadian, himself a wrestler, was also among those who met the minister. Speaking to reporters after the meeting, the wrestlers said they have been assured that the government will fulfill its promise that no one related to or close to Brij Bhushan will get a post in the WFI.
As the results come in, a press conference is to be held by star wrestlers and Olympic medalists Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia and Sakshi Malik, who have earlier come forward with allegations of sexual harassment against ousted WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. had come
(with ANI input)

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