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India May Face IOC Suspension

India faces suspension by IOC (International Olympic Committee) due to government intervention in the impending voting for national Olympic committee.

According to letter to the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), the IOC declared that it will recommend the country's suspension at its executive board meeting next week if the elections are not held rigorously on the base of the Olympic Charter and the IOA establishment. "It is hereby proved that an application for suspension of the IOA will be handed over the IOC Executive Board at its next meeting on 4-5 December 2012," IOC director general Christophe de Kepper inscribed in a letter to IOA acting chief V.K. Malhotra.

The IOA has been heading for by a Delhi court to grasp the elections sticking to the government's sports system, while the IOC desires the governing body to put up with by the Olympic charter.

The IOC blamed insolence by the Indian government and the IOA for the present condition. "The matters at hand have been talked about for more than two years and have unluckily not been determined sufficiently by the Government authorities and the IOA in spite of all the efforts finished by the IOC," according to the letter.

"As a result, the IOC and Olympic Council of Asia will not send entrusts to India at this period." The IOA will have to offer on paper guarantees to the IOC by Friday that the December 5 elections will be detained without government meddling.

The vote, firstly planned for November 25, has already been delayed once to December 5 after the chairman of the election commission reconciled, trapped in the entanglement surrounding the IOA establishment and the government's sports code.

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