World Wrestling Championships 2017: Vinesh Phogat says 'system must admit to its fault' after debacle
Vinesh tweeted: "There was lot of talks post Rio Olympics that our system needs to change. Did anything happen? "If we are not ready to accept that there is a problem that we need to tackle, what happened in Paris last week would happen once again."
What Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh, president of the WFI needs to do is introspection and humbly own the responsibility after Indian wrestlers' dismal show in Paris.
World Wrestling Championships 2017: Geeta Phogat says lack of training facilities reason behind India's dismal show
2012 World Championships bronze medallist Geeta Phogat said it is extremely difficult to get a medal at the mega event without proper practice.
World Wrestling Championships 2017: WFI must get act together after poor finish, not offer lame excuses
The time has come for WFI to own up its shortcomings and get its act together. Also, the government and fans must not get carried away by any success that come the way of the Indian grapplers in the Commonwealth Games 2018.
The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) president Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh blamed the organisers for the country's dismal show at the World Championships, saying the lack of facilities in Paris resulted in wrestlers losing out on 15 days of training ahead of the mega-event.
After three listless days, the onus was on Sakshi and Vinesh to end India's medal drought but both failed to live up to the expectations.
World Wrestling Championship 2017: Sakshi Malik, Bajrang Punia are India's biggest medal hopes in Paris
With their eyes firmly trained on winning medals, Olympic medallist Sakshi Malik and Asian champion Bajrang Punia will spearhead the Indian challenge at the World Wrestling Championships