The International Wrestling Federation (FILA) has revoked the suspension on three Indian wrestlers imposed by it for anti-doping rule violations prior to the Commonwealth Games here.

In a complete mockery of procedures, the FILA had suspended three leading Indian wrestlers for their methylhexaneamine violations from August 8, 2010.

The violations were reported from the selection trials held at Sonepat in August, 2010.

Those three cases are part of the hearing procedures of 11 sportspersons that are still continuing.

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