New Delhi: The suspense over wrestler Narsingh Yadav's fate is likely to end on Monday as the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) will announce their decision over the dope-tainted grappler on Monday.
The agency had deferred their decision on Saturday saying that they need more time to go through all the documents, reports and arguments in the case.
"No decision could be taken today. The panel is going through all the documents. We are reviving the entire case and should be able to come with an outcome till Monday 4 pm. A lot of reports and documents have been presented and it is taking time to go through it," Naveen Aggarwal, DG NADA told the media in Delhi.
Narsingh, who bagged the quota with a bronze medal finish in last year's World Championships, tested positive for a banned anabolic steroid on both his 'A' and 'B' samples. He has been provisionally suspended since then.
Narsingh's hopes of representing
Meanwhile, Narsingh has cried foul play, claiming that his food had been spiked and has filed an FIR at the Sonepat Police Station against two fellow wrestlers.
WFI chief Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh had also backed Narsingh's claims of a conspiracy, after his sparring partner and roommate Sandeep Tulsi also tested positive for drugs.
Following the positive tests, Parveen Rana was named as Narsingh's replacement to save
Narsingh was selected for the Rio Olympics in controversial circumstances as two-time Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar had demanded for trials to determine who should go to the games.
However, Narsingh was favoured for the same after fighting a lengthy legal battle with Sushil.