Indian Cricket Control Board will work with NADA for next 6 months
Board will renew the contract after the deadline is not satisfied
Mumbai. The Indian Cricket Board (BCCI) has agreed to work with the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA). BCCI will work with NADA for next 6 months. The decision was taken after meeting with the ICC President Shashank Manohar of the Board of Governors appointed by the BCCI and the Supreme Court (CoA).
Senior official of the board said, "There is a 6-month agreement between the BCCI, the ICC and the NADA. Under this, samples of the players involved in the registered pool will go through the NADA to the National Dope Testing Lab. Just collected Sweden's IDT Sample. If we are not satisfied then the contract will not renew after 6 months. '
Can not trust NADA officials by blindfold: BCCI
World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has told the ICC that the BCCI has to come under the NADA. The BCCI said that he would collect the samples himself and give it to Nada. The board official said, "We do not trust NADA's Dope Control Officers. We are talking about the biggest names like Kohli and Dhoni here. We can not trust the nada blindly. '