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Syringe controversy: CGF reprimands Indian doctor

The CGF has stoically refused to name the national association or the athlete involved in the controversy which flared up after syringes were discovered at the Games Village on Saturday

Gold Coast: The Indian boxing contingent on Tuesday heaved a sigh of relief after it escaped any major sanction for use of syringes at the Commonwealth Games village by its doctor Amol Patil, who was let off with a reprimand for not disposing of the needles as per stipulated procedure.
a complaint filed by the Commonwealth Games Federation’s medical commission, the CGF court ruled that Patil had erred in not disposing of the syringes as mandated by the ‘No Needle Policy of the Games.
Patil had administered a vitamin B complex injection to an athlete who was feeling unwell.
“Under the No Needle Policy, needles are required to be stored in a central secure location, access to which is restricted to authorized medical personnel of the CGA delegation. The needles in question were not disposed of until he had made two trips to the Polyclinic,” the CGF said in a statement.
“In the circumstances, the Federation Court’s decision is that CGF should issue a strongly written reprimand to the Doctor for the breaches.
“A copy of the letter of reprimand should be served on the Chef de Mission of the Indian Team who should be advised to ensure that no further infractions of CGF Policies occur by any member of the Indian Team,” it added.
The CGF had stoically refused to name the national association or the athlete involved in the controversy which flared up after syringes were discovered at the Games Village on Saturday.

The dope tests that followed the discovery of syringes have been negative, giving the concerned association, presumably India, massive relief.

The CGF’s No Needle Policy is relaxed only for athletes requiring prescribed medication or nutritional supplements under the supervision of a medical practitioner.

However, the CGF insists that athletes should take prior permissions, failing which can result in unspecified sanctions.

“Upon questioning, the Doctor conceded that he was aware of the ‘No Needle Policy’ and subsequently detailed all use of needles for the period 19 March to date and co-operated in disclosing all medication in his possession,” the CGF stated.

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