The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is one of the largest board in the country. In addition, the BCCI is the richest board in world cricket..
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has written a letter to Naveen Agarwal, Chief of National Anti Doping Agency, on November 8, in which he has clarified that NADA has no need to set the test for players like Dhoni and Virat.
BCCI CEO Rahul Johri said about this: “The Board does not come under the National Sports Federation and the BCCI’s own doping system is very strong. This reply by the BCCI was prepared with the guidance of the administrators appointed by the Supreme Court. ”
It is said by a BCCI official that “It is natural to mention that the BCCI is not a national sports federation part. According to this, Nada does not have the right to conduct dope test of Indian cricketers under the eyes of the BCCI or in any domestic or international event. ”
In October, the Central Sports Secretary contacted BCCI to cooperate with Nada. Regarding this, BCCI CEO Rahul Johri has also written to the Central Sports Secretary, “BCCI already has a strong dope-testing mechanism, which is working for testing the samples of the players involved during tournaments and series. At the same time, under the guidance of the Ministry of Sports, the IDTM is already being done in the Wada-accredited laboratory. “