Enough proof to put outgoing WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh on trial: Delhi cops to court

The date is August 11 in New Delhi.
The Delhi Police said on Friday that there is sufficient evidence to take legal action against Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, who is the outgoing chief of the WFI and a BJP MP. He is accused of sexually harassing female wrestlers.
The police told a judge that there is enough evidence to suggest that Singh and Tomar are involved in a crime.
“People who are being accused must be charged for the crimes they have been accused of,” said the public prosecutor Atul Srivastava, who represents the police, in court. He said in court that there was sufficient evidence to accuse Singh with charges, which include assaulting or using force on a woman with an intention to disrespect her dignity, sexually harassing her, and stalking her according to the law called IPC. The court will now listen to the case on August 19.

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