Haridwar/Dehradun. The agitating wrestlers, who arrived in Uttarakhand’s Haridwar to immerse the medals in the Ganges, postponed the medal distribution program for five days on Tuesday evening on the request of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) national president Naresh Tikait.
The ticket asked the wrestlers for five days, after which the wrestlers announced to postpone the immersion. Announced to throw the medals into the Ganges. As part of the plan, Bajrang Punia, Vinesh Phogat and Sakshi Malik arrived in Haridwar to float their medals in the Ganga and sit near Malviya Ghat.
The wrestlers said that the medal is their life and soul. After being swept away in the Ganges, their lives will have no meaning, so they will sit on a death fast at India Gate.” He said, “We are feeling inside that we have nothing in this country. survived We are remembering the moments when we won medals in Olympics, World Championships. Now it seems why you lived. We are pouring these medals in Ganga because she is Mother Ganga.
These medals are sacred to the entire country and the right place to keep this sacred medal can be the Holy Mother Ganga.” From here all the wrestlers reached Hari Ki Pauri. Meanwhile, when Naresh Tikait, the spokesperson of Bharatiya Kisan Union, reached here with his supporters, the players’ courage started to increase. After nearly an hour of talks, the athletes shelved their plans to dip the medals, with the government promising to resolve the issue in five days.