Decision Of IOA: IOA Made a Significant Decision On the Wrestling Federation And Disbanded the Ad-Hoc Committee

Decision Of IOA: The Indian Wrestling Federation has been in disarray for the last 12 months. The nation’s seasoned wrestlers have set up a front against former Federation President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, leveling several grave accusations against him. Following this, the Federation conducted elections as well, and Sanjay Singh—who is close to Brij Bhushan—was elected as the new president.

Decision Of IOA
Decision Of IOA

Decision Of IOA

The Indian Wrestling Association, which has been mired in controversy for more than a year, may see an improvement in its circumstances. The ad hoc committee overseeing the Wrestling Federation’s operations has been disbanded by the Indian Olympic Association after the successful trials for the Asian Olympic qualification event. With this, the new Federation officials are now fully responsible for the operation of the organization. On Monday, March 18, the IOA made this decision. Sanjay Singh, the newly elected President of the Wrestling Federation, expressed his delight with it.

The country’s senior wrestlers’ campaign against previous federation president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has caused controversy for the Wrestling Federation over the last year. The Federation just conducted fresh elections last year, with Sanjay Singh, a close ally of Brij Bhushan, emerging victorious in the presidential contest. Following this, there was further controversy, which led to the Sports Ministry suspending the Federation. IOA then established an ad hoc committee to deal with the problem. WFI, however, has moved to the Delhi High Court against the suspension.

Committee Disbanded After Trials

However, things took a turn for the better when United World Wrestling chose to end its ban with the Indian Federation. During this time, nevertheless, the ad hoc committee was tasked by the IOA with arranging the national trials for the Asian Olympic Qualifiers. It was just last week that this committee successfully conducted trials, after which concerns were expressed over the ad hoc committee’s continued existence. After the Delhi High Court ruled that the committee should be dissolved in such a case, IOA made this choice. It is now evident from IOA that this ad hoc committee is no longer necessary.

Aim To Provide Wrestlers High-Quality Facilities

The Federation and its representatives now have total authority over wrestling in the nation as a result of the IOA ruling. Sanjay Singh, the newly elected President of WFI, congratulated the Olympic Association and expressed his delight with the outcome. According to Sanjay Singh, who was speaking with PTI, he plans to hold a national camp shortly in order to provide wrestlers the greatest facilities possible for the Olympics. He also said that wrestlers would be transferred overseas for Olympic preparations if necessary. He expressed optimism that five or six wrestlers will make it to the Olympics.

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