Delhi Police’s selfie session with tainted wrestler Sushil Kumar became the talk of the town on social media. The Delhi court has extended the judicial custody of the Olympic medallist wrestler till July 9.
Sushil Kumar’s latest selfie session with cops amid the ongoing probe into the Sagar Dhankar murder case has paved the way for the Delhi Police to initiate an inquiry on Saturday. A probe has been reportedly initiated after the photos of the tainted wrestler with police personnel became the talk of the town on social media.
A small group of Delhi police personnel was spotted posing with the murder accused wrestler when the two-time Olympic-medallist was being shifted from Mandoli to Tihar jail on Friday. Posing for the camera in a red T-shirt, track pants, and floaters, Sushil was smiling as the wrestling icon took part in the photo session with the special cell and 3rd battalion of the Delhi Armed Police.
The Delhi Police in the wake of the selfie session involving wrestler Sushil and members of the law enforcement agency. According to the report, a team of the southern range of the special cell and the police personnel of the 3rd battalion escorted Sushil due to a security threat to the wrestling icon in the aftermath of the tragic death of wrestler Sagar.
“After reaching Mandoli jail, they started clicking pictures with the accused. Police personnel of the 3rd battalion have been asked to share pictures of high-risk prisoners with their seniors so that they can monitor their activities. However, on Friday, apart from sharing the photos with their seniors, the cops on duty started sharing the pictures on their official WhatsApp groups, and with their relatives,” police sources said.
On Friday, the Delhi court extended the judicial custody of Sushil till July 9. India’s only world champion in wrestling history, Sushil was earlier arrested by the Delhi Police for his alleged involvement in the murder case of wrestler Sagar. The police have reportedly claimed that wrestler Sushil is the main culprit and mastermind of the infamous Chhatrasal Stadium brawl.