Indian footballer Ashutosh Mehta is given a two-year suspension after failing a drug test.

Ashutosh Mehta of ATK Mohun Bagan, who failed a drug test, was given a two-year suspension by the NADA's Anti-Doping Disciplinary

Panel, making him the first player in the Indian Super League to receive a doping suspension.

The first ISL player to receive a doping ban was Ashutosh Mehta.

Mehta's in-competition test revealed that she had tested positive for morphine, a particular drug.

Ashutosh Mehta asserted he had no plans to use narcotics.

Mehta should be awarded credit for his temporary suspension, the Panel ruled.

However, he was later released with a warning after being able to show that his doping violation was not deliberate

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