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Fake news to weaken Wrestlers Protest, reduce public support: Sakshee Malikkh reacts over alleged withdrawl

New Delhi: Grappler Sakshee Malikkh reacted to rumors of her withdrawl from wrestlers’ protest and said there are fake news to weaken the ‘Satyagrah’ against WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh. Talking to News24, Sakshee Malikhh said these are fake news to seperate people’s support. She said he and Bajrang Punia, who has also resumed […]

Edited By : Pranjal Gupta | Updated: Jun 5, 2023 16:16 IST
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New Delhi: Grappler Sakshee Malikkh reacted to rumors of her withdrawl from wrestlers’ protest and said there are fake news to weaken the ‘Satyagrah’ against WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.

Talking to News24, Sakshee Malikhh said these are fake news to seperate people’s support. She said he and Bajrang Punia, who has also resumed his Railway duties never left fighting against the WFI chief and they will continue to demand justice until they get it.

Sakshee Malikkh said she is fulfilling her duties at Railways until there is no sit-in protest. She added that meanwhile, the discussion is on to chalk out strategies for the protest and avoiding violence.

On being asked about a meeting with Union Home Minister Amit Shah with wrestlers, Malikkh responded that it was a normal conversation. There was no final solution.

She said we demanded the arrest of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Brij Bhushan under serious charges levelled against him.

The rumours occured soon after Sakshee Malikkh resumed her Railways duty on Monday.

First published on: Jun 05, 2023 03:58 PM IST

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