New Delhi: In search of junior wrestler Sagar Dhankar Murder Case, the main accused and Olympian Sushil Kumar is still missing and has been raided by the Delhi Police, but he is constantly changing his location. Delhi Police found the last location of Sushil Pehalwan at Bathinda in Punjab but escaped before the police arrived.
Sushil Kumar is using the internet with a new sim
Sushil Kumar has changed his mobile number and is making an internet call using the new SIM. The absconding Sushil is constantly trying to dodge the police and is changing his location, although Delhi Police says that Sushil Kumar will be in custody soon.
Sushil was using SIM issued at Bathinda’s address
Bathinda SSP Bhupinder Singh Virk said, ‘The Delhi Police team came to Bathinda this morning to investigate the wrestler murder case. The mobile SIM issue that Sushil Kumar had, was of Bathinda’s address. Sushil Kumar was using the SIM issued on the Aadhar card of Sukhpreet Singh Brar, living in Beed Road, Bathinda.’
He further said, ‘Aman, the son of Sukhpreet Singh Brar’s maternal uncle, gave a sim issue and gave it to Sushil Kumar. At present, Delhi Police is questioning Sukhpreet Singh Brar about this, but Aman is still being told absconding. Bathinda Police is giving full support to Delhi Police. There is no last location in the investigation.’
Sushil Kumar seen in the video: FSL
According to sources, the night this Sagar Dhankhar was killed, that night around 60 people were present inside and outside the Chhatrasal Stadium in Delhi. Along with this, in the video where Sushil Kumar is seen beating, the mobile video was sent by the police to the FSL of Rohini. Now FSL has made it clear that the person being beaten is good, after which its difficulties have increased.
What is the whole matter and what is the charge on Sushil?
On 4 May, wrestler Sagar Dhankar and his friends were attacked at Chhatrasal Stadium in Delhi. During this, he was beaten up a lot. In this attack, wrestler Sagar Dhankhar was killed and his murder accused Sushil Kumar and some of his fellow wrestlers.