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Wrestlers’ protest: ‘I’ll eat your bullet on the chest, where does the ball come from’, Bajrang Punia hits out at ex-IPS tweet…


Wrestlers’ protest march: The country’s new Parliament was being inaugurated in Delhi on Sunday (May 28), but at the same time, a fierce scuffle broke out between the Delhi Police and wrestlers a short distance away. A war is going on on social media regarding this. In this incident, a former IPS officer tweeted something that has now angered wrestler Bajrang Punia. In response, Punia has said that he is ready to shoot by issuing an open challenge against the former IPL.

Former IPS officer NC Asthana on Sunday (May 28) justified the police action against the wrestlers and wrote that even bullets would be fired if necessary. On Sunday, the Delhi Police stopped the wrestlers from marching towards Parliament House. After this, the police used force and caught the wrestlers from there. Along with this, the place where wrestlers were performing from Jantar-Mantar was also evacuated. The wrestlers were on strike there for over a month. When the Delhi Police was taking the wrestlers into custody, Bajrang Punia asked the Delhi Police to shoot us.

What did the former IPS write?
On Bajrang Punia’s statement, former IPS NC Asthana wrote, ‘If necessary, we will shoot. But not at your behest. Right now you are being thrown out like trash. Article 129 gives the police the right to shoot. Even if they wanted to under the right circumstances.” It will pass, but you have to be educated to know that. See you again at the post-mortem table.


Responding to Asthana’s tweet, Bajrang Punia wrote, ‘This IPS officer is talking about shooting us. We stand in front brother, show us where to shoot us, I swear I will not show my back, I will eat.’ Teri goli mere senne mein, bus itna to bacha hai.”, now we are doing it, so that is also fair.

Criticism of IPS Tweet –
Many users reacted by criticizing Asthana’s tweet. Nargis Bano wrote – ‘This is the language of a retired IPS officer. Vinesh Phogat has rightly said that the country is changing, how many people can you shoot?

How did the author of the article on police repression change?
Former Director General of Kerala Police NC Asthana wrote an article against police repression in 2021, but his style changed after retirement and he has now justified police action on several occasions. Earlier, Asthana has also supported UP Police’s bulldozer action on social media.