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As a part of its detailed investigation, the Sports activities Authority of India (SAI) will communicate with whole biking contingent that travelled to Slovenia, the place a feminine bike owner accused sacked nationwide coach R Okay Sharma of ‘inappropriate behaviour’. Whereas the feminine bike owner, who made the allegations had returned from Slovenia earlier this week, the remainder of the contingent together with 5 male bike owner and coach Sharma acquired again on Saturday morning.
“The SAI probe panel had already spoken to the coach and feminine bike owner, now it will likely be talking to different members of the contingent subsequent week as a part of an in depth investigation,” mentioned a SAI supply.
The training-cum-competition journey to Slovenia was organized to assist Indian staff put together effectively for the Asian Monitor Biking Championships, scheduled to be held within the nationwide capital from June 18 to 22.
The feminine bike owner had apprised the SAI of inappropriate behaviour by coach throughout her keep in Slovenia and was so terrified that she feared for her life.
The matter had come to gentle on Monday when SAI issued an announcement, saying it has referred to as the bike owner again to make sure her security.
The complainant claimed that the coach pressured her to share a lodge room with him on the pretext that lodging has been organized on twin-sharing foundation.
YAI submits report back to SAI over sailor’s allegations
The Yachting Affiliation of India, as requested by SAI, has submitted its report on the allegations made a feminine sailor towards a coach throughout an publicity journey to Germany.
The sailor had claimed that the coach was placing an excessive amount of psychological strain on her and it finds a point out in YAI’s report.
The coach in query is a three-time Olympian and is a coach of the Indian Navy staff.
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