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Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has been facing allegations of sexual harassment for the past 20 days. The players are demanding Brij Bhushan's resignation and arrest. Meanwhile, Delhi Police has recorded the statement of Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh in this case. In which Brij Bhushan has denied all the allegations against him. The police have taken their statements twice.
Brij Bhushan Sharan has said in his explanation that he has collected some video evidence and mobile data, which he will soon hand over to the Delhi Police.
An SIT has been formed under the supervision of a woman DCP to investigate the matter. There are 6 police teams in it. There are 10 people in a team, in this way more than 60 policemen are engaged in the investigation of this case, in which 4 are women police officers.
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The statements of Assistant Secretary WFI Vinod Tomar have also been recorded. Vinod Tomar is also an accused and is in the FIR of Delhi Police. Delhi Police has so far recorded the statements of more than 30 people, all of whom are those who are associated with different states related to the case.
Delhi Police is collecting a large amount of photos and videos from different places related to the case. More than 30 people whose statements have been recorded include those associated with the events, eyewitnesses, victims and close relatives of the accused.
The Delhi Police team had gone to UP, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Haryana and some other states to collect evidence and ascertain facts on the complaint of the wrestlers. From where evidence, facts related to the woman's complaint have been collected. The Delhi Police is also in touch with the concerned agencies on the allegations made abroad outside the country. The statements of the minor female wrestler have been recorded in the court, while the rest are being done.
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