Varanasi battled with Poonam Yadav and his cousin sister, who received India’s gold medal in the Commonwealth Games held at the Gold Coast of Australia, on Saturday in Varanasi’s Rohaniya. It is being told that Poonam had gone to his aunt’s house. In the meantime, the family members of his aunt got assaulted with neighbors. When Poonam Yadav intervened, the neighbors also hit them with brick stones.
It is being told that there was a quarrel between Poonam’s aunt and neighbors in the morning. In the afternoon, Poonam was hit on the arrival. Poonam’s Mouseri sister told that the princes and neighbors attacked them together. Brick with stones, stones and sticks Meanwhile, when Poonam wanted to defend the middle, locals hit them with brick stones. It is also being told that the dispute between the two families is quite old.
Rohaniya police is investigating the case. In the 21st Commonwealth Games in Australia’s Gold Coast, Poonam won this medal in 69 kg weight category in weightlifting. Poonam raised a total of 222 kg (100 kg in snatch, 122 kg in clean and jerk) kg. It is India’s fifth and seventh medal in these games.
Poonam received a warm welcome on arrival at Varanasi on Friday. Poonam had said that winning the gold medal for the country is a feeling of pride, this medal is dedicated to the country and Varanasi. Poonam is home to Dadupur village, about 7 km from Varanasi city. Poonam, born and raised in the village, weighed 222 kg while performing her best.