The National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) has sent notices to about 25 of the 110 players of the National Registered Testing Pool. Nada has given notice to these players for not disclosing information about their place of stay. Explain that no sample could be taken during the nationwide lockdown due to Kovid-19 epidemic. This is the reason why NADA, following the guidelines, sent a notice to all the players who could not submit their place of residence three months ago.
Nada, however, did not disclose the names of the players to whom the notice has been sent. Nada has given information about this on its official tweeter handle. Nada said Lika, "All players involved in NADA's NRTP are required to provide information about their place of stay every three months in advance. Those who failed to do so were sent notice. Three such notices are anti-doping rule violation (ADRV) for which a player can be banned for four years. "
All athletes in NRTP of NADA are required to submit their whereabouts every 3 months in advance. Those who fail to do so have been issued notices. Three such notices amounts to Anti-Doping Rule Violation for which an athlete can be suspended for upto 4 years. #playfair
When the NADA official was asked not to be named, he said, "Notices have been issued to about 20 to 25 players. It is necessary to clarify here that these players have not violated. It is just that it is included in the guidelines that they have to provide information about their place of stay, even if it is a lockdown situation. ”
For information, let us know that NADA will start taking samples of all athletes soon as the lockdown has been relaxed following the health safety guidelines. Not only have sports activities stalled due to the lockdown, but since then anti-doping activities have almost come to a standstill.
It is worth mentioning that the organization had already instructed the players that they have to confirm their corona free before giving dope test (test of performance enhancing drugs). Not only this, when the athlete brings his urine in the container, he will have to maintain a distance of 2 yards from the doping control officer.