It is reported that Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) dropped all four Phogat sisters - Geeta, Babita, Ritu and Sangeeta - from the camp exhausted of their alleged "tantrums and indiscipline".
While Geeta rose to prominence by winning a gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, Babita followed suit by clinching the yellow metal at 2014 edition of the quadrennial multi-sport meet.
The WFI's statement comes even as Babita Phogat claimed to be injured.
The federation's action against the wrestlers means that they could be barred from the Asian Games trials scheduled later this month. "So we have told them to sit at home and enjoy", said WFI chief Brij Bhushan Saran Singh.
"It looks like all of them are not taking the camp seriously".
The Phogat sisters could be banned from the Asian Games trial which is scheduled to happen later this month.
The WFI had been criticized for not reacting to complaints of indiscipline against Geeta and Babita but the governing body has swiftly taken action against the star wrestlers this time after they failed to join the mandatory national training camps, according to The Times of India.
The WFI cited their unexplained absence from the camp as reason.
"I didn't receive anything from the federation".
When the news agency contacted Babita, she said she hasn't got any show-cause notice. I admit I haven't informed the federation yet but I will send an application to them today itself, "Babita told PTI". The men's camp had begun in Sonepat on May 10 and will run till May 25 while the women's camp is running simultaneously in Lucknow.
Babita hoped the WFI would be lenient enough to let her take part in the Asian Games trials. Talking about Geeta, Babita said, "Geeta is in Bangalore. I am also going to Bangalore for my rehab at the JSW facilities", she said. This list also includes the name of Satyavrat Kadian, husband of Olympic Bronze medalist Sakshi Malik. The 24-year-old, who competes in the 97kg category, had won a silver at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and a gold medal at 2016 Commonwealth Championships in Singapore. Besides, she was also the first Indian woman wrestler to qualify for Olympics in 2012.