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Two days after a 23-year-old wrestler, a former junior nationwide champion, was crushed to dying throughout a brawl on the Chhatrasal Stadium parking space, the Delhi Police has questioned Satpal Singh, the father-in-law of two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar.
Additional DCP (North-West district) Dr Guriqbal Singh Sidhu stated, “We have questioned Satpal and Sushil’s brother-in-law at Model Town police station. We are conducting raids to nab Sushil Kumar and his associates.”
Satpal, a 1982 Asian Games gold medal-winning wrestler, was questioned for round two hours, police stated.
On Tuesday, Sagar Rana, who had competed within the 97-kg Greco-Roman class, was crushed to dying in a conflict involving two teams.
“We have found during investigation that a quarrel had allegedly taken place between Sushil Kumar, Ajay, Prince Dalal, Sonu Mahal, Sagar, Amit, and others in the parking area of the stadium,” Sidhu stated.
On Friday, one of many injured, Sonu Mahal examined constructive for Covid-19. Police recorded the assertion of one other sufferer recognized as Amit. The investigation has revealed Sagar and his buddies have been staying in a home linked to Sushil close to the stadium and had been requested to vacate not too long ago.
“In the initial probe, it has come out that… Sushil Pehelwan and his aides committed this crime…,” reads the FIR within the case registered on the idea of a PCR name and filed by Assistant Sub-Inspector Jitendra Singh.