Vinesh Phogat Shares Cryptic Tweet Amid Standoff Against WFI President Brij Bhushan

Edited By: Amrit Santlani

Last Updated: January 24, 2023, 11:02 IST

Vinesh Phogat (L) and Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh (R)

Vinesh Phogat appeared to take aim at WFI president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh with her latest tweet

Amid the ongoing standoff between Indian wrestlers and the Wrestling Federation of India’s president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, Vinesh Phogat took to Twitter on Tuesday, January 24 to share a cryptic situation.

Aiming a sly dig at Bhushan Sharan Singh, Vinesh claimed those who stand with the truth can be troubled but cannot be defeated.

“सत्य को परेशान किया जा सकता है लेकिन पराज़ित नहीं।” wrote Vinesh on the micro-blogging platform, supposedly taking aim at the WFI president, who has been accused of sexual harassment by many top Indian wrestlers, including Vinesh.

The tweet comes a day after Brij Bhushan took to Twitter himself and clarified that he had not filed any petition in the Delhi High Court against the likes of Vinesh and Sakshi Malik.

Earlier, reports had claimed that the WFI supremo was looking to take legal action against the wrestlers who had been protesting against him.

“No petitions have been submitted by me or any authorized person associated with me against the Delhi government or against the protesting wrestlers,” the BJP MP tweeted adding that he has not authorized any advocate, law agency or representative to present the petition in any court of law.

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