CBI registers case over wrestler Narsingh Yadav's dope test

| Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - 18:35
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New Delhi: After the request from the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI), the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Tuesday registered a case over wrestler Narsingh Yadav's dope test.
The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) last month (September) referred the alleged dope case of grappler Narsingh Yadav to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for a detailed probe.
WFI President Brijbhushan Sharan Singh, who met officials at the Prime Minister's Office, had requested that the probe be carried out by the country's premier investigating agency.
"The President, Wrestling Federation of India, met PMO after arriving from Rio (de Janeiro) and requested the case of Narsingh Yadav may please be forwarded to CBI for further investigation," a WFI statement read.
"Today, Brijbhushan Sharan Singh, MP, President, WFI, has confirmed that the case of Narsingh Yadav has been referred to CBI for further investigation," the statement added.
After being given a clean chit by the National Anti Doping Agency (NADA), Narsingh was barred from taking part in the Rio Olympics -- barely 12 hours before his bout was scheduled -- by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) after the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) referred the matter to it. 
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Conviction of Corrupts

CBI is wasting public money by only filing cases against corrupts without any results. The conviction is delayed for decades by different reasons and there is spurt in crimes as usual. Modi govt must make fool proof system that all cases are finalized in time bound manner and public money is not drained in present shabby manner.

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