The National Anti Dope Agency (NADA)teams collected samples of seven more players from three teams participating in 3rd World Cup Kabaddi 2012 for the dope test.
Stating this here on Sunday, organising committee senior vice-chairman Sikander Singh Maluka said that out of seven players whose samples had been taken five belong to England and one each from India and Canada.
Till date in total 88 samples has been collected for dope test by teams of NADA, the Punjab government earmarked Rs 40 lakh for the dope tests", he added.
He said that the samples would be tested in the laboratories duly recognised by WADA.
Maluka said that team India had undergone twice for the dope test, as the first dope test on the Indian players was conducted during the trails and added that all Indian players of men and women teams cleared the dope test.