A mixed martial arts fighter was severely injured after a participant from Afghanistan allegedly assaulted him after a match at Delhi’s Siri Fort Stadium.
Benita Mary Jaiker, the Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) recognized the sufferer as M Srikanth Sekhar, 30. The officer said Srikanth was beneathgoing remedy at BLK Max Hospital.
On Sunday, the police acquired a medico-authorized grievance from the hospital and later recorded the sufferer’s assertion.
“Sekhar was admitted on June 24 Evening time. He informed us that after the MMA match, he was On the stadium and cheering for his teammate Seth Rosario. At round 10:30 pm, Seth’s opponent Zahoor Shah and others tried to set off Srikanth by throwing paper at him and making faces. Following this, an official from the All India Mixed Martial Arts Affiliation (AIMMAA) requested Srikanth To go away. Whereas he was leaving, Badakshi allegedly stopped and attacked him,” DCP Jaiker said.
“Sekhar alleged that he was punched and crushed by A gaggle of males. He was later rescued by an AIMMAA official who requested him To go away as quickly as extra. However, A gaggle of males adopted him and assaulted him as quickly as extra. He then ran in the direction of a PCR van and managed To flee,” she added.
A case was registered beneath Sections 325 (voluntarily inflicting grievous harm) and 34 (widespread intention) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) on Monday. No arrests have been made So far.