RIO DE JANEIRO: Sprinter Dharambir Singh failed the dope test which was held some days back. He was the third case after Narsingh Yadav and Inderjeet Singh.
Dharambir Singh was not in the national camp but trained independently. Earlier, he used to work as an LIC agent and later he became an athlete.
In the matches, his friends and well wishers used to raise crowd funding for the Rohtak boy to support him.
Every one of that was fine however there were mumbles inside the Indian games hovers over the season of 20.45sec that Dharambir checked in July Bangalore GP to fit the bill for Rio in 200m. It sounded too great. "Isn't it great that individuals are contributing to Dharambir through group subsidizing," asked a clueless games enthusiast. "I don't think he is spotless", said another.
Indeed, the response in the Indian camp here was blended as well, yet uncovering. The Indian culinary expert de-mission here, Rakesh Gupta, communicated shock when gotten some information about Dharambir.
"I am listening to it surprisingly from you," he said, unmistakably not having any desire to discuss anything disputable after the late doping cases and the TV show in the Village. Notwithstanding, a few authorities of the nation's sports unforeseen grinned when gotten some information about Dharambir.
"The games service ought to stop this routine of sending competitors on individual preparing stays abroad. We have let them know in the past about the risks of being enticed by medication cheats," said an authority.