PTI Photo New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has dismissed a petition filed by wrestlers Antim Panghal and Sujit Kalkal on the exemption granted by the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) to wrestlers Bajrang Punia and Vinesh Phogat for direct entry into the Asian Games 2023. Judge Subramaniam Prasad dismissed the petition filed by U-20 world champion Anvil Panghal and U-23 Asian champion Sujit Kalkal. “The writ petition is dismissed,” the judge said. Delhi High Court dismisses the petitions moved by wrestlers, Antim Panghal and Sujeet Kalkal, over the exemption given to wrestlers, Bajrang Punia and Vinesh Phogat, for direct entry into the Asian Games 2023 by the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) ad-hoc. — ANI (@ANI) July 22, 2023 Vinesh Phogat (53kg) and Bajrang Punia (65kg) were on Tuesday decided by the Indian Olympic Association’s ad-hoc committee to give direct entry to the Asian Games, while trials for other wrestlers are to be held on July 22 and 23. After this, this decision of the Ad-hoc Committee was opposed by many wrestlers. At the same time, U-20 world champion Ankhila Panghal and U-23 Asian champion Sujit Kalkal challenged this decision in the Delhi High Court. In a petition filed by advocates Rishikesh Baruah and Akshay Kumar in the Delhi High Court, they sought quashing of the decision of the ad hoc committee.