Narsingh Yadav fails second dope test conducted on July 5

Dope scandal Narsingh Yadav's Rio Olympics fate hangs in balance as NADA set to pronounce verdict today

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"They are trying to show Satpal and his team did it but we have nothing to do with this". We are hopeful he will be exonerated. The panel will hear the arguments of the Nada representatives on Thursday before giving their verdict. It has been adjourned till tomorrow. "If Narsingh comes out clean then we will request you to consider him", Bhushan had said. Narsingh filed an FIR against the intruder at the Sonepat police station.

Raising suspicion over the manner in which the entire doping scandal played out, Fadnavis said, "Due to such episodes, genuine players like Narsingh Yadav are bearing the brunt". Narsingh ultimately grabbed the coveted slot as he won the quota place for Rio, while Sushil, who was injured for most part of the season, continues to nurse his injuries.

Yadav said he feared his food supplements were spiked, but he did not reveal who was responsible for it.

"I feel even officials are involved because I am not being provided the CCTV footage", Narsingh said. They have mixed something in my son's food. "It's a conspiracy to frame me ahead of the Olympics", he told CNN News18.

They shouted "Narsingh bhai Zindabad" and demanded a CBI enquiry into the matter.

Fadnavis's statement came just a day after Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday hinted that Narsingh Yadav's prospects of participating at the Rio Olympics is virtually over.

A random dope test was conducted on the athlete in the last week of June, and Inderjeet's "A" sample tested positive for the steroids androsterone and etiocholanolone. However, the wrestler, like several such cases in the past, alleged that there was a conspiracy to prevent him from going to Rio.

Parveen Rana was named as Narsingh's replacement in the 74-kg category for the Rio Olympics late on Tuesday. The 26-year-old Mumbai-based grappler, however, claimed was a conspiracy against him. "Under the code of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), NADA also works and Narsingh was found positive after a test conducted by NADA and he was provisionally suspended".

BJP member Sukhbir Singh Jaunpuria, who had asked the question, said if the MP Local Area Development (MPLAD) fund is raised to Rs 25 crore from the present Rs 5 crore, MPs will willingly contribute the share. Narsingh Yadav was also tested on July 5th, but the results of that test are unknown.

London Olympics bronze medallist Yogeshwar Dutt has thrown his weight behind Narsingh and said he was innocent. The athlete tested positive in the dope test of his B-sample.

The country is about to send its largest ever Olympic squad of more than 100 athletes in hopes of improving its poor medal count.

"NADA also keeps educating the athletes through booklets".

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