Asian Games 2018: Delhi HC junks PIL against BJP MP's appointment as head of Indian contingent at Indonesia event

New Delhi: The Delhi Excessive Court docket on Tuesday dismissed a PIL in opposition to the appointment of BJP MP Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh because the Chef de Mission (CDM) of the Indian contingent for the upcoming 18th Asian Game to be held within the twin cities of Jakarta and Palembang from 18 August to 2 September.

A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice VK Rao stated the Centre and Indian Olympic Affiliation (IOA) have already taken a call concerning Singh’s appointment.

File picture of Delhi Excessive Court docket. PTI

The appointment of the BJP MP, additionally the president of Wrestling Federation of India (WFI), was opposed by Anil Chamadia who has stated that Singh is without doubt one of the accused within the Babri Masjid demolition case and shouldn’t be the flag bearer of the Indian contingent on the Game.

The court docket after listening to the petitioner’s legal professionals stated “convey a greater case and we’ll contemplate” and dismissed the plea.

Singh was formally appointed because the CDM of the Indian contingent on 20 July.

Together with him, 4 Deputy Chef de Missions have additionally been appointed to steer the Indian contingent’s participation within the 2018 version of the Asian Game.

The 4 Deputy Chef de Missions are Raj Kumar Sacheti, Col Satyavrat Sheoran, Balbir Singh Kushwaha and Dev Kumar Singh.

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