"The Commission alleged a breach of the CGF No Needle Policy applicable to the Games", the CGF said in a statement after the hearing.
"Prophylactic Tamiflu has been provided for athletes that have been in close contact with the patients". Hence, the Court has warned Patil and demanded him to "immediately familiarise himself" with CGF policies to "avoid a recurrence of further breaches".
The complaint put forward to the court chaired by Richard Powers (Canada) and attended by its two members - David Harry (Guernsey) and Patrick Fepuleai (Samoa) by the CGF medical commission had indicated the Indian team to have breached the CGF's no-needle policy.
"Under the No Needle Policy, needles are required to be stored in a central secured location, access to which is restricted to authorised medical personnel of the CGA (Commonwealth Games Association) delegation".
India has a 12-strong boxing team for the Games, with eight male and four female athletes. The coach's explanation about why syringes were found contradicted the version of India's team manager Ajay Narang, who told AFP that the needles were found in water bottles outside their accommodation and had nothing to do with them.
India's chef de mission didn't return calls today but the Press Trust of India has quoted an unnamed Indian official denying their athletes had done anything untoward. Starting from the Flu striking the Village ahead of the tournament to the syringes being found outside the rooms of the Indian contingent at Gold Coast.
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The Indian contingent has been insistent that there has been no wrongdoing on its part, claiming that the syringes found could belong to other teams who are staying in the same compound of the Games village.
Queensland's Commonwealth Games minister, Kate Jones, indicated the syringes were being tested for DNA as well as any banned substance.
"This matter is not defined as an anti-doping rule violation, but rather as an infringement of the CGF's no needle policy, which has been introduced by major events organisers to ensure best medical practices", a CGF spokesperson said in Gold Coast.
"However I think the most important thing from the Games point of view is to make certain that the appropriate processes are followed and if there's a penalty that needs to be applied, that it's applied", he said.
Mr Grevemberg said initial investigations indicated the needles were not approved.
"There has been no doping violation because the syringe had been used to inject multi-vitamins".