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Watch: Alleged Whatsapp video of Sushil Kumar arrest by Delhi Police Special Cell goes viral

The authentication of the video is yet to be ascertained by the Delhi Police or its Special Cell.

India TV Sports Desk India TV Sports Desk
New Delhi Updated on: May 23, 2021 12:30 IST
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An alleged video of Sushil Kumar arrest goes viral online.

Following the news of the arrest of star Indian wrestler Sushil Kumar, an alleged Whatsapp video of the arrest of the wrestler by the Delhi Police Special Cell has gone viral on various social media platforms. The authentication of the video is yet to be confirmed by the Delhi Police or its official.

The Delhi Police special cell earlier admitted that they have arrested absconding star wrestler Sushil Kumar on Sunday in wrestler Sagar Rana's murder case after denying the report of his arrest earlier on Saturday.

The video was also uploaded on YouTube by a sports website Delhi Let's Play (Watch below):

"Wrestler Sushil Kumar has been arrested by a team of Special Cell," Neeraj Thakur, Special CP-Special Cell told news agency ANI.

The report further quoted Delhi police as saying: "A team of Special Cell SR led by Inspector Shivkumar, Inspector Karambir & supervised by ACP Attar Singh has arrested Sushil Kumar & Ajay from Mundka area of Delhi in connection with the killing of 23-year-old Sagar Rana at Chhatrasal Stadium."

A day earlier IANS reported that Sushil Kumar was arrested from Jalandhar. However, the reports were later refuted by the Delhi Police but confirmed a police team of theirs is already in Punjab; expectedly to nab the wrestler.

"Wrestler Sushil Kumar has not been arrested yet. A team of Delhi Police is present in Punjab," a Senior Official of Delhi Police told ANI.

To rejig readers' memory, on May 4, two groups of wrestlers clashed with each other at Chhatrasal Stadium leading to the death of 23-year-old Sagar Rana due to injuries he sustained during the brawl. 

Sushil Kumar, prime accused of leading the brawl, was absconding ever since. And last week, Delhi Police had announced a cash award of Rs 1 lakh for feedback on the celebrated wrestler.

Post that on May 18, Kumar had moved an anticipatory bail in New Delhi's Rohini court, but the court rejected his bail plea.

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