Olympic medalist Sakshi Malik clarified herself after joining railway duty and denied claims of pulling out from the wrestlers' protest. According to media reports, Malik has joined her job in Northern Railways. Vinesh Poghat and Bajrang Punia are also reportedly back to their duties. This comes a few hours after a delegation of top wrestlers met Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday at his official residence in Delhi.
The meeting began late on Saturday at Amit Shah's residence in Delhi and lasted until late that night, as wrestlers demanded the arrest of Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) chief Brij Bhushan. Satyawrat Kadian, the husband of top wrestler Sakshi Malik, claimed Saturday's meeting with Home Minister Amit Shah was inconclusive as the wrestlers "did not get the reaction they wanted from the Home Minister."
The discussion with the home minister came only days after the protesting wrestlers attempted to discard their medals in the Ganga in Haridwar, but were prevented by farmers' activist Naresh Tikait. Their release was followed by a demand to the government that BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh be arrested before June 9.
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