Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, son to stay away from WFI elections

Vinayak Padmadeo wrote a news article in New Delhi on July 25. The article mentioned that Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh and his son Karan’s names are not listed on the electoral roll for the upcoming elections of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI). They were supposed to represent the wrestling association of Uttar Pradesh in the elections on August 11. But according to the list of candidates evaluated by The Tribune, Prem Kumar Mishra and Sanjay Singh will be the ones representing the state. Sources have said that Sharan Singh, who is a politician from the BJP party in Kaiserganj, along with his son, has decided to remove their names from something. At the same time, a person called Anita, who has important information against Sharan Singh, has been registered to vote in Odisha. In simpler words, the secretary of the Railways Sports Promotion Board (RSPB), Prem Chand Lochab, will also represent Gujarat in addition to ID Nanavati. The returning officer, Justice (retd) MM Kumar, has given voting rights to Assam and Himachal Pradesh. The rules state that only people who are part of the state body’s executive can participate in the WFI elections. Lochab is not part of the state organization, according to a source. Similarly, the elections for the Himachal body took place while the WFI poll process was already underway. “He added that all these decisions will face challenges. “

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