The BCCI expressed that it isn’t liable to the locale of the NADA and that it is required to work inside the standards put forward by the ICC.
The BCCI expressed that it can’t be subjected to the standards of the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) as it is an “independent games association partnered to the International Cricket Council.” The BCCI expressed that it isn’t liable to the locale of the NADA and that it is required to work inside the tenets put forward by the ICC.
In two letters that the BCCI sent two to the Sports Ministry and NADA, it said that it “has a zero-resistance strategy to doping in the game of cricket and is resolved to battle against doping in cricket in all structures.” The BCCI additionally expressed that the ICC is a signatory to the WADA code since 2006 and the global cricket board’s hostile to doping code depends on it. It expressed that while it isn’t liable to NADA ward, it has “received and actualized” the ICC Code since 2011 as a full individual from the cricket overseeing body.
“For examination and testing of tests, BCCI holds fast to the WADA International Standard for Laboratories and the WADA International Standard for Testing and Investigations,” the letter said. “BCCI has received the WADA rundown of disallowed substances and restricted techniques, as corrected by WADA occasionally, as more especially set out in Article 4.1 to 4.3 of the BCCI code,” said the Board, “BCCI has connected with the administrations of a similar master test gathering office that is additionally drawn in by the ICC to give accumulation test administrations viz. Worldwide Doping Tests and Management.”
The BCCI proclamation comes in the wake of the World Anti-Doping Agency supposedly requesting that the ICC coordinate Indian cricketers, both residential and worldwide, to make themselves accessible for sedate testing by NADA. Coming up short, the world body cautioned that NADA could lose its accreditation with WADA, leaving India without a perceived hostile to doping body. Such a situation could demonstrate awful for Indian games by and large.