Vidyut Jammwal: Vidyut Jammwal’s statement on the Protest of wrestlers, said- ‘The officials are listening to them but what next?


Vidyut Jammwal: पहलवानों के प्रोटेस्ट पर विद्युत जामवाल का बयान, कहा-

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Bollywood actor Vidhyut Jamwal These days he is in constant discussion about his upcoming film IB-71. This film of the actor is going to be released in theaters on May 12. In the film, Vidyut is going to be seen in the role of a senior IB officer. Those who will be seen entering Pakistan and giving style to a mission. The fans of the actor are very excited about this film.

But meanwhile, Vidyut Jammwal has given a statement on the performance of wrestlers at Jantar Mantar. As everyone knows, for the past several days, many famous wrestlers have been protesting against WFI President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh alleging molestation and harassment. Recently, when Vidyut came to attend the press conference of his film, he was asked a question on the opposition of the wrestlers.

Answering which Vidyut said that this is an important question. They are our athletes and are upset but citizens of the country first. They should be given necessary help. The actor feels that the authorities are listening to him but what next? What are they doing about their concerns? He is an athlete himself and he feels that they will listen to him and now things will change. They will do what is right.

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Let us tell you that famous wrestlers like Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik, Bajrang Punia have been protesting against Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, President of the Indian Wrestling Federation, at Jantar Mantar for the last two weeks. All the wrestlers also claimed on Thursday that the Delhi Police manhandled them. The protest started on 23rd April and no action has been taken by the government so far. So far many stars have given statements in favor of wrestlers. But the government has not reached any decision yet.

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