New Delhi: On Saturday, police arrested Olympic medal winner Sushil Kumar in the case of assault and murder at Chhatrasal Stadium. Not only this, Sushil was also sent on 6 days police remand yesterday. It would not be wrong to say that another wrestler like Sushil has not been born yet. But Sushil has been in big controversies many times.
Controversy with Narasimha in 2015
Sushil Kumar (Sushil Kumar) also had a dispute with wrestler Narsingh Yadav before the controversy over the murder of Sagar Dhankar (Sagar Dhankar). Maharashtra wrestler Narsingh had accused Sushil that he had adulterated his food, after which he failed the dope test. In 2015, Narasimha won the Olympic quota by winning a bronze medal in the 74 kg category of wrestling world championships.
But Sushil (Sushil Kumar) also wanted to go to the Olympics from this class. But then later Sushil did not participate in the Olympic qualifiers, which cleared the way for Narasimha to go to the Olympics. But a few days before the Rio Olympics, Narsingh was found positive in the NADA dope test. Though later he got a clean cheat but then WADA stopped him and Narasimha’s dream of playing Olympics was shattered.
Fight with praveen rana
After this, the story of Sushil Kumar’s fight with young wrestler Pravin Rana once again came to light in 2017. Actually, trials were being done for the 2018 Commonwealth Games and Sushil had defeated Praveen Rana in the semi-finals. After this, there was a scuffle between the supporters of Sushil and Praveen. Praveen later accused Sushil that his supporters killed him and his elder brother while fighting against Sushil in the ring. Rana also said that Sushil’s supporters had threatened to kill him.
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.