The Delhi Police have taken action against Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief and BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh by filing two FIRs based on allegations of sexual harassment made by wrestlers. The complaints against Singh include demands for sexual favors and incidents of molestation. The details of the FIRs, registered at Delhi’s Connaught Place police station shedding light on the serious accusations leveled against the WFI chief have been stated in a report by India Today.
According to the FIRs, Brij Bhushan Singh has been accused of demanding sexual favours and at least 10 complaints of molestation have been registered against him. The complaints describe instances of inappropriate touching, putting his hand over the chest of girls, moving his hand from the chest to the back, and chasing, among other offensive behaviour.
The first FIR mentions allegations made by six Olympians, while the second FIR includes allegations brought forward by the father of a minor. The minor’s complaint states that Brij Bhushan Singh held her tightly on the pretext of taking a picture and inappropriately touched her by pressing her shoulder, reported India Today. She explicitly asked him not to follow her.