Recently Sanjay Singh has been elected as the new President of the Wrestling Association of India.

Recently Sanjay Singh has been elected as the new President of the Wrestling Association of India.

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Category : Appointment/Resignation Published on: December 23 2023

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  • Elections were held for the post of President of the Wrestling Association of India in December 2023.
  • After this election, Sanjay Singh has been elected the new president of the Wrestling Association of India (WFI).
  • Sanjay Singh defeated Anita Sheoran in the election for the post of President.
  • Sanjay Singh has replaced Brij Bhushan Singh on the post of president.
  • Brij Bhushan Singh was accused of indecency with female wrestling players.
  • Sanjay Singh was earlier the vice president of Uttar Pradesh Wrestling Association.
  • Wrestling Association of India was established in the year 1967.
  • Its headquarters is located in New Delhi.
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