Sushil Kumar : Net Worth , Rewards, Sports Career , Murder Case and More
Sushil Kumar is an Indian wrestler know all about him in this article as like his Net Worth , Rewards, Sports Career , Sushil Kumar Murder Case and More
Sushil Kumar is an Indian wrestler. He was arrested on May 23, 2021 over alleged involvement
Sushil Kumar Net Worth 2021
Sushil Kumar is an Indian wrestler who has an estimated Net Worth $5 Million.
Early Life and Family
Kumar was born in Baprola village,near Najafgarh in South West Delhi. His father, Diwan Singh,was a driver in MTNL Delhi, while his mother, Kamla Devi,
Kumar trained in pehlwani wrestling at the akhada (wrestling school)
Sushil Kumar Wife
Sushil Kumar got married to wife Savi on February 18, 2011. To celebrate 10 years of togetherness, the couple announced a special collaboration of their
Kumar started training in pehlwani at the Chhatrasal Stadium's akhada at the age of 14. He was trained at the akhada by Yashvir and Ramphal, later by Arjuna awardee Satpal
After switching to freestyle wrestling Kumar's first success came at
Sushil Kumar placed fourth at the 2003 World Championships, but this went largely unnoticed by the Indian media as he fared badly
He placed seventh
Sushil Kumar Murder Case
Sushil Kumar was arrested along with a co-accused from northwest Delhi's Mundka, police officials said.Police were on the lookout for Sushil Kumar for his alleged involvement in the death of a 23-year-old wrestler at a stadium in Delhi.
"A team of Special Cell led by Inspector Shivkumar, Inspector Karambir and supervised by ACP Attar Singh has arrested Sushil Kumar and Ajay from Mundka area of Delhi in connection with the killing of 23-year-old Sagar Rana at Chhatrasal Stadium," Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) P S Kushwah said
According to police, Sushil Kumar and his associates assaulted fellow wrestler Sagar Rana, 23, and his two friends on May 4 at the national capital's Chhatrasal Stadium. All three had to be hospitalised. Mr Rana later died of his injuries.
Rewards ( Prize Money by Sports Career)
For the bronze medal at 2008 Beijing Olympics
₹5.5 million (US$77,000) cash award and promotion to Assistant Commercial Manager from chief ticketing inspector by Railway Ministry (his employer)
₹5 million (US$70,000) cash award from the Delhi Government.
₹2.5 million (US$35,000) award by the Haryana Government.
₹2.5 million (US$35,000) cash award by the Steel Ministry of India.
₹500,000 (US$7,000) cash award by R K Global.
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award by the Maharashtra State Government.
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award from MTNL.
For the gold medal at 2010 World Wrestling Championships
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award from Indian Railways (his employer) & out-of-turn promotion from his current position of Asst. Commercial Manager.
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award from Sports Authority of India, (Government of India).
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award from the Delhi Government
For the silver medal at 2012 London Olympics
₹20 million (US$280,000) cash reward from the Delhi Government
₹15 million (US$210,000) cash reward from the Haryana Government
₹07.5 million (US$110,000) cash reward from the Indian Railway
Land area in Sonipat for Wrestling academy by the Haryana Government.
₹1 million (US$14,000) cash award from ONGC.