Wrestler Bajrang Punia vows to fight for India’s pride

As farmers from several states marched into the national capital to show solidarity with protesting wrestlers there, star wrestler and Olympian Bjarang Punia said there was a fight for “country dignity.”

Speaking to the media persons at the protest site near the Jantar Mantar, Punia said, “We will protest as long as we don’t get justice. This is the fight for the respect and dignity of our country’s daughters and mothers, and also for the dignity of the country.”

“We are thankful to people who are coming here to extend their support. To those who are coming here to express solidarity with us, I would say, please ensure peace,” Punia said.

The Olympic bronze medalist also urged the police administration not to trouble or harass those who were visiting the site to stand with the protesting wrestlers.

“We are receiving support from the whole country.” “People from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Indore are arriving here to stand with us,” he said.

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