IOA sets up Seven-member Committee to Probe Allegations against WFI chief

IOA sets up Seven-member Committee to Probe Allegations against WFI chief

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Category : Sports Published on: January 24 2023

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  • India's Olympic Association has formed a seven member committee to investigate allegations of sexual harassment in the country's Wrestling Federation.
  • A panel consisting of boxing legend M C Mary Kom and Yogeshwar Dutt has been set up to probe allegations against Wrestling Federation of India president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh.
  • The panel also includes archer Dola Banerjee and Indian Weightlifting Federation of India (IWLF) president Sahdev Yadav.
  • The committee also has two advocates – Talish Ray and Shlok Chandra – besides former shuttler and IOA joint secretary Alaknanda Ashok as its vice chairperson.
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