India police file charges against wrestling chief in sexual harassment case


New Delhi (Reuters) – Indian police on Thursday filed charges against the chief of the country’s wrestling federation following complaints of sexual misconduct by female athletes, a police officer told reporters.

Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh has denied all the allegations.

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