New Delhi: Judge Jagbir Singh’s decision to award two points to Mohit for a descent move in a test of the 125 kg test against the Commonwealth Games against Satender Malik was supported by the United World Wrestling (UWW) Jury, which called the rankings correct. .
The Indian Wrestling Federation (WFI), which Satender accused on social media of bias, sent a video of the match to the UWW referee committee and asked for a second opinion.
UWW judges Antonio Silvestri and Ibrahim Cicioglu analyzed the video and concluded that “the referee team did a good job and the right wrestler was declared the winner of the match.”
WFI received a response from UWW on Sunday.
A huge controversy erupted when the frustrated Satender slapped Jagbir after a check in favor of his rival Mohito. The WFI then granted Satender a life ban for an unprecedented attack.
“From that day on, I knew my decision was right, I had either watched or judged the match all my life. It has been 32 years. I am a qualified UWW referee and I have been to 15 World Championships since 2007,” said Jagbir. PTI.
“Now the Air Force needs to be reconsidered. They have taken him (Satender) for wrestling and he now has a lifetime ban. It was surprising that the Air Force did not send a staff member or his wrestlers,” he added.
The WFI has suspended mat chairman Sanjay Kumar and Judge Jitender Mann for one year for anyone who did not do their job properly.
The Mohitoes were awarded only one push out, while the referee gave two points for the set-up. The matter went to the jury, but as the jury agreed with the chairman and the judge, the selection board asked a technical expert (Jagbira) to take a decision.
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