13 July 2011

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Whistleblower former SAI Dr. Sajib Nandi beaten who exposed illegal doping practices in National Institute of Sports (NIS) in Patiala

Dr. Sanjib Nandi, the former Sports Authority of India (SAI) medical officer who blew the whistle on the illegal doping practices in National Institute of Sports (NIS) in Patiala, was on Wednesday beaten up by the security personnel at the NIS campus.


Justice Mukul Mudgal is heading the fact finding committee looking into the recent doping scandal, inside the premises of the campus.

Dr. Nandi was supposed to meet Justice Mukul Mudgal but he was not allowed to meet him but instead he was beaten up on demanding an entry.

Dr. Nandi told to media that "I have some documents that would aid the investigations but I was told that orders were not to let me in. I was then held by my hand and pushed away,"

Dr. Nandi has been closely linked to the athletes at the National Institute of Sports (NIS) in his capacity as the medical officer but was removed from the post when he revealed that substance abuse had become rampant in India's premier sports training facility.

Dr.Nandi said that in year 2002 also he had raised the issue of doping but top officers ignored him and nothing happened.

He said that Athletes' samples were taken but were never sent to Delhi for testing.
After this revelation nothing happened but later in 2005 a case of sexual harassment was also registered against him in 2005 and that he has been without salary since.
He was transferred to Bangalore but he did not go and he said that the sexual case was fabricated.

Again it’s proven we need to give protection to Whistleblowers and give life imprisonment to criminal minded people who beat them.

India is facing population problem so if we give them death punishment then also their oks it will help reduce the population of India.

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Tags - doping Doping scandal National Institute of Sports Dr. Sanjib Nandi Justice Mudgal SAI NIS

4 comments:

Kirti July 14, 2011  

SAI is a government body. Looking at the malnutrition and poverty in India probably they are not feeding the sportsmen properly. This results in coaches giving food mixed with drugs to sportsmen.

sm,  July 14, 2011  

Kirti,
thanks.

Destination Infinity July 14, 2011  

Doping is a very bad habit, it will damage both the health and reputation... wonder why athletes take them for short term gains...

Destination Infinity

sm,  July 14, 2011  

Destination Infinity,
thanks.
one of the reason is quick money name and fame