Olympic star with decades of hard work, and then assassinated! This is how Sushil Kumar’s full story


New Delhi: On Saturday, police arrested Olympic medal winner Sushil Kumar in the case of assault and murder at Chhatrasal Stadium. It would not be wrong to say that another wrestler like Sushil has not been born yet. But a mistake by Sushil put a strain on his years of hard work.

Great success in the name of sushil

Sushil Kumar has been India’s most successful wrestler till now. Sushil first won a bronze medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Not only this, Sushil captured the silver medal in the next Olympics in London in 2012. He was the first sportsman and wrestler from India to win two Olympic medals. Not only this, Sushil maintained his dominance in the Asian and Commonwealth Games as well. Sushil has also received Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Arjuna Award and Padma Shri Award. It took more than three decades for Sushil, born in 1983, to become the country’s most successful wrestler.

Now turned killer

Such a great wrestler of the country has now become a big killer. Sushil is accused in the murder case of a wrestler named Sagar Dhankhar. This is a big question whether Sushil Kumar was really involved in that murder? This may or may not happen, but now Sushil’s career may not be the same. Sushil, who has been absconding for the last one week, was finally captured by the police.

What happened in Chhatrasal?

Some people reached a flat in the M Block area of ​​Model Town in Delhi around 11 pm on the night of 4 May. According to media reports, Sagar Dhankhar and his colleagues were kidnapped by Sushil’s associates and boarded the car. Victims also told the police that Sushil (Sushil Kumar) was sitting in the car with a pistol. The vehicle was taken to Chhatrasal Stadium. Where Sushil’s companions fiercely assaulted Sagar and his companions. After this fight, Sagar died in the hospital. While all the other wrestlers were badly injured. After this whole incident, Sushil Kumar’s name jumped the most.

The court rejected the anticipatory bail

Sushil (Sushil Kumar) was absconding for the last few days. A Delhi court recently refused to grant him anticipatory bail. Sushil had applied for anticipatory bail in Rohini district court on Tuesday, which was rejected by the court. Sushil was absconding for a long time.

Lookout notice was issued on 15 May

Sushil (Kumar) had no trace since May 4 after being accused in the murder of wrestler Sagar Dhankhar and the Delhi Police announced a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh to get feedback and information on the same. . After this, Sushil applied for bail. On May 15, the court issued a non-bailable warrant against Sushil Kumar. Last week, Delhi Police issued a look out notice for Sushil.



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