In the World Cup, the steps taken by the Pakistani shooters for not giving visa to the shooters
new Delhi. United World Wrestling Association (UWW), a global organization of wrestling, has asked all nations associations to suspend relations and dialogue with Wrestling Federation of India (WFI). He has taken this step recently because of not giving a visa to Pakistani shooters for the World Cup held in India. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has also postponed discussions with India on hosting the future of global sporting events.
WFI President not contacted
According to one source, WFI has written a letter to all the affiliated national federations. In this, he said, "UWW recommends all affiliated national wrestling federations to suspend their dialogue or relationship with the Indian Wrestling Federation." On this issue, neither WFI chairman, Braj Bhushan asylum nor assistant secretary Vinod Tomar Has received the comment. However, it is still to see how this directive of the UWW will affect the Indian wrestlers.
Indian wrestlers won 6 medals in Bulgaria 2 days ago
India's performance in the Dan Kolov-Nikola Petrov Ranking International Series ended in Sofia, Bulgaria, on March 3 was spectacular. There, the Indian wrestlers won two gold and 4 silver medals. Bajrang Punia and Pooja Dhanda have gold, whereas Sakshi Malik, Vinesh Phogat, Sarita Devi and Sandeep Tomar have won silver medals.
Hopes of getting Olympic Hosts also shocked
In the World Cup shooting in Delhi last month, refusing to give visa to Pakistani shooters in the World Cup has shocked the Indian hopes of hosting the Olympics. The IOC has postponed the discussion even after the Olympic or any other global sporting event in India. He has recommended that India not host any major tournaments.
Pakistani shooters did not get visa because of Pulwama terror attack
India had refused to grant Visa for the World Cup to Pakistani shooters in view of the terrorist attack in Pulwama on February 14th. As a result, IOC had canceled two Olympic quota in Men's 25 meter Rapid Fire Pistol event. 40 soldiers of CRPF were martyred in terror attack