Panaji: Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Monday said that the report on the affirmations made by marathon runner O P Jaisha that she was not appropriately took care of by the Indian authorities amid the Rio Olympics would be prepared by one week from now. Goel educated this in the wake of disclosing the logo of the imminent BRICS U-17 football competition to be facilitated by Goa.
The legislature on August 23 had constituted a two-part board, including Onkar Kedia, Joint Secretary (Sports) and Vivek Narayan, Director (Sports), to ask into the claims of the long-separate runner. Jaisha, who broken down toward the completion line in the wake of finishing the exhausting 42-km race finally month's Rio Olympics, had affirmed that Indian authorities were absent at stations raised for taking an interest nations a couple of kilometers separated so that their rivals could be offered water and refreshment.
Goel said that the report was deferred because of the competitor's inaccessibility. The two-part board needed to look for conclusion of specialists before presenting the report, the priest said. Jaisha was before incapacitated subsequent to contracting swine influenza.
Games Federation of India had denied the affirmations by Jaisha, saying that she had told the AFI that she would not require particular beverages and refreshments amid the race and she would utilize just the typical water gave by the Rio coordinators.