Interim bail granted to Brij Bhushan Singh: in wrestler’s sexual harassment case

The Delhi court on Tuesday, July 18 granted 2 day interim bail to wrestling federation of india WFI chief and bharatiya janata party MP Brij bhushan sharan singh in the sexual harassment case lodged by women wrestlers.According to the latest report he was asked to pay a embellish bond of 25,000.

The additional charges of Vinod Tomar the court also granted bail to him the suspended WFI assistant secretary in the case.

The dharna of Olympic level wrestlers was forced against him at Delhi Jantar mantar from January 18th

The members were part of the dharna were bajrangpunia, sakshi Malik, and Asian games champion vineshphogat were among the protesters demanding Singh’s arrest.although Mr Singh has always rejected all the allegations of misconduct.

On Tuesdays hearing for the news agency singh’s council alleged media trial was going on against Him. Mr Singh was asked  By the lawyer that he can Either move an application in the metro politician court itself or the High Court for the relief and appropriate order will be passed

Until now however there’s no application passed before the metropolitan court on singhs behalf after all this the court then granted the interim bail to Singh Tomar till Thursday, July 20 after his regular bail petition will be considered

Under section 354 the Delhi police has filed Chargesheet against the 6th time MP on June 15th assault and criminal force to women with intent to outrage her modesty 354A sexual harassment,354D stalking and 5o6 criminal intimidation of the Indians penal code Ipc

Apart from the case registered by 6 women wrestlers another first information report was registered against Singh by a minor grappler which was registered under the protection of children from sexual offences POCSO act she was among the 7 female wrestlers who had accused the Singh of sexual harassment.

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