Vinesh Phogat has achieved the highest honor, a gold medal, three times in the Commonwealth Games. She is also a strong competitor for India and has a great chance of winning medals in the Asian Games.

Wrestlers, who were previously protesting against Brij Bhushan Singh, are now getting ready to compete again. They have begun their preparations for the Asian Games. Trials for these games will be held shortly. The players who were on a sit-in protest have been granted permission to train overseas. Unfortunately, the three-time Commonwealth champion, Vinesh Phogat, is facing a challenge as she was unable to obtain a visa to travel to Hungary.

Vinesh Phogat encountered a visa issue, and she was unable to obtain the necessary visa. She had plans to depart on Saturday for a training camp in Bishkek, Kazakhstan. Unfortunately, her passport is currently held up at the Hungarian Embassy. Vinesh possesses an e-Visa. The Ministry of Sports and the Ministry of External Affairs were both notified about this matter. Officials from TOPS and SAI have requested the Ministry of External Affairs to prioritize the resolution of this issue as soon as possible.

The Ministry of External Affairs has taken the initiative to assist in resolving the issue. They have communicated with the officials of the Hungarian Embassy, urging them to expedite the visa process. As per the news from the Times of India, the officials have provided assurance that Vinesh will be granted the visa as soon as possible. Vinesh had planned to participate in a training camp in Bishkek from July 2 to 10, followed by her visit to Budapest from July 10 to 28. In Budapest, she will compete in the International Ranking Series event. Vinesh will be accompanied by her physiotherapist Ashwini Jeevan, partner Sangeeta Phogat, and coach Sudesh on her journey.

Sakshi Malik and Bajrang Punia, who were among the wrestlers participating in the sit-in protest alongside Vinesh Phogat, have now departed for Kazakhstan. Bajrang is accompanied by his physiotherapist Anuj Gupta, partner Jitendra Kinha, and strength and conditioning expert Kazi Kiran. Similarly, Sakshi Malik is accompanied by her husband Satyavrat Kadian.