New Delhi: Narinder Batra, the head of the Indian Olympic Association, has written a strict letter to the International Gymnastics Federation. In this, he has alleged that National Federation President Sudhakar Shetty has no interest in the game and is not even aware that other officials signed his 'fake'. The IOA Chief stated in his letter that everything is not right in the Indian Gymnastics Association and an attempt was made to show that legally everything is fine.
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Batra also appealed to the global body to look into the operational issue of GFI. The GFI elections are to be held on November 3 and for some time the organization has faced factionalism in which the opposing faction has claimed the right to conduct sports in the country. The Shetty-led faction is recognized by the FIG but the Sports Ministry and the IOA do not recognize it.
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Batra said in a letter to FIG President Morinari Watanabe and Secretary General Nicholas Buompanay, 'More than 12 months ago I was made aware of the status of the GFI that the GFI president barely knows what is going on in the GFI and they have the GFI There is no time for that.
Batra wrote in his letter, 'I have been informed that a person named Deepak has forged signatures on letters sent in the name of GFI President and he also has email passwords. The emails and letters sent to the FIG and others also send the same and it was learned that the GFI President may not be aware of many things.
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