Howman sets Nov 2011 deadline for BCCI

WADA director general David Howman said if the BCCI did not meet the deadline, it would be declared ‘non-compliant’.Howman made it clear that cricketers will not get any concession and they will have to be available 24x7 for testing.

“We will not hesitate from declaring the BCCI as non-compliant. But their participation and eligibility should be done by the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA),” said Howman.
Howman said it was the responsibility of the International Cricket Council (ICC) to make sure that all member associations accepted the clause.

“If the member countries don’t agree to the clause, the ICC will be declared as non-compliant and the sport will face the consequences. Thirteen thousand athletes have accepted the whereabout clause and there has been no breach of privacy, it is not a big deal,” he said.

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