After breaching the “no-needle” policy at the Commonwealth Games, the doctor for India’s boxing team has been given a “strong written reprimand”.
Syringes were found in the athletes’ village, following which an investigation was launched. It was found that Dr Amol Patil gave a vitamin B injection to a boxer who was unwell.
However, the doctor left the needle in the room while he got a bin but in accordance to no needle policy they must be stored in a secure central location with restricted access. The CGF Federation Court heard that Patil, who is attending his first Games, was aware of the policy.
The organizers said in a statement: “In the circumstances, the Federation Court’s decision is that CGF should issue a strong written reprimand to the doctor.”
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