Wrestling: Shocking! Wrestler loses life after extraordinary move in Dangal- Report

Wrestling: Shocking! Wrestler loses life after extraordinary move in Dangal. The case is from Faridanagar in UP’s Moradabad district.
Wrestling: Shocking! Wrestler loses life after extraordinary move in Dangal. The case is from Faridanagar in UP’s Moradabad district.

Wrestling: Shocking! Wrestler loses life after extraordinary move in Dangal- A very shocking incident has come to light from a bout taking place between wrestlers in Moradabad district of Uttar Pradesh. One of the wrestlers made such a move that the other wrestler died on the spot. The case is from Faridanagar of Thakurdwara Kotwali area in UP’s Moradabad district.

According to a report from News 18, the bout had taken place between Mahesh Pehalwan, a resident from Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand and a local wrestler Sajid Ansari. The latter made an unprecedented move that Mahesh fell on the ground motionless. He shook Pehalwan’s neck in such a manner that broke Mahesh’s neck like a noose. The people present thought were cheering the fight, unaware of the development.

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Shocking! Wrestler loses life after extraordinary move in Dangal

The reports added that the bout had taken place on September 2. The video went viral 6 days after the incident. Rs 60 were placed as bet by the during the auspicious festival of Navami without permission.

As per reports, the bout took place without the permission of authorities. Police are yet to take any action in the matter. The Police Superintendent spoke that the police were not informed about the incident. And, they were unaware of the video that went viral on social media. Any action in the matter is subject to a police complaint.

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Read in Hindi: मौत का दंगल: पहलवान ने चला खतरनाक दांव, दूसरे पहलवान की मौके पर टूट गई गर्दन

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