Singh, however, hinted that the wrestlers could be given a lifeline if they can come up with a satisfactory explanation for their actions.
“Let them first come to us and explain the reasons behind their actions. For now they are out of the national camp,” he said.
The men’s and women’s national are being simultaneously conducted in Sonepat and Lucknow from 10-25 May.
Babita said she is yet to receive any show-cause notice from the WFI and cited injury as reason for her absence.
“I didn’t receive anything from the federation. Yes, I haven’t joined that camp yet as I am recovering from injuries to both my knees. I admit I haven’t informed the federation yet but I will send an application to them today itself.”
As for her sisters, Babita said that Ritu and Sangeeta were waiting for their visas to take part in a training camp in Russia which was known to WFI, a claim which the federation outrightly rejected.
Babita also said that Geeta was in Bangalore training at a private facility and she has no knowledge why her sister hasn’t joined the camp yet.
“Geeta is in Bangalore. I thought she has joined the camp. I am also going to Bangalore for my rehab at the JSW facilities.”
Babita hoped the WFI would be lenient enough to let her take part in the Asian Games trials.
Geeta won a stunning gold in 2010 Commonwealth Games. Besides, she was also the first Indian woman wrestler to qualify for Olympics in 2012.
Like her sister, Babita also clinched a gold medal in the 2014 Glasgow CWG and claimed a silver at last month’s Gold Coast edition of the Games.