New Delhi, August 9: Ending years of defiance, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Friday finally agreed to come under the ambit of National Anti-Doping Agency. This means that the BCCI will now have all its cricketers tested for doping at NADA. Speaking to IANS, a BCCI official confirmed the development and said that the Sports Ministry is very clear that all players must be tested only by NADA. Sourav Ganguly, Harbhajan Singh Bash BCCI for Issuing Conflict of Interest Notice to Rahul Dravid, Tweet ‘God Help Indian Cricket’.
"Yes, (BCCI CEO) Rahul Johri met the concerned people in the ministry and they have said that the Indian cricket players must be tested by NADA. The BCCI has brought to the fore their reservations with the process, but the Sports Ministry has said that it will look into them and ensure that the BCCI is also happy with the process in place," the official said