New Delhi: The Delhi Police had also detained several wrestlers before removing the tents of the wrestlers who were protesting at Jantar Mantar. Now Special CP (Law and Order), Deependra Pathak, while talking to the media, has told why the police took this action. The Special CP said that all those wrestlers have been detained for violating law and order. After the investigation, we will also take legal action against them. The Special CP said that we need to discuss the whole situation. As you saw, the barricades were broken and they went ahead despite several requests. That's why we removed them from here. It was decided in advance that peace and order has to be maintained in any situation. We will see in a professional manner that nothing goes wrong in this matter.
According to the report, Deependra Pathak said that today is the inauguration ceremony of our new Parliament building. This is a very important day for our country and a proud moment for us. Therefore, any kind of demonstration or march today is anti-national. Delhi Police cannot do any kind of negligence. We love and respect our players, but we can't let this happen like this. Some policemen also sustained injuries during the scuffle, the official said. In fact, a woman police constable had fainted and started suffocating. Police said they had warned the wrestlers not to proceed towards the new Parliament building. Even after this, the wrestlers went to that side, due to which there was a lot of ruckus.
Wrestlers Vinesh Phogat, Sakshi Malik and Bajrang Punia were detained by the Delhi Police on Sunday (May 28) for violating law and order after they tried to break the security cordon and proceed towards the new Parliament building for a women's 'mahapanchayat'. After which the protest of wrestlers at Jantar Mantar can now end. The wrestlers were forcibly put in buses and sent to an unknown place. The police have also removed the bunks, mattresses, coolers, fans and tarpaulin roof from Jantar Mantar along with other belongings of the wrestlers.