ISLAMABAD- The Anti-Doping Organisation of Pakistan (ADOP) will hear the appeal of national athletes Muhammad Ahmed Shah and Noshi Perveen on Thursday (tomorrow) who tested dope positive two weeks back at Pakistan Sports Trust's office, The Nation learnt this here Tuesday. Chairman ADOP, Dr. Waqar said that Muhammad Ahmed Shah and Noshi Perveen tested positive as there samples were sent to Malaysia to select one male and one female athlete for the Beijing Olympic Games which would be held from August 8-24 in the capital city of China. "The Athletics Federation of Pakistan (AFP) had selected the squad comprising Abdul Rasheed (110 meters), Muhammad Imran (100 meters), Muhammad Shah (100meter-hurdles) and three-woman- Saddaf Siddique (100 meters), Bushra Perveen (800 meters) and Noshi Perveen (110 meter-hurdles) for the dope tests before selecting the last two for the international sports gala. "Muhammad Ahmed Shah and Noshi Perveen tested positive for using banned substance," he told this scribe. Dr. Waqar said that ADOP would listen to both athletes on July 10. "Besides me, Associate Secretary Pakistan Olympic Association(POA) Lt. Col (retd) Muhammad Yahya and Army athletics coach, Major Mehmood Ahmed will be part of hearing committee. It is expected the decision will be disclosed on same day," he said. Dr Waqar also said that maximum penalty for the offence could be a ban of two years. He said, "The ADOP has been affiliated with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and it will run according to WADA's rules and follow his policies strictly," he added. It is pertinent to mention that Abdul Rasheed (110 meters) and Saddaf Siddique (100 meters) have been selected for Beijing Olympics as the both players got wild card entries for the prestigious sports event of the world. Pakistan will compete in four disciplines including hockey, shooting, athletics and swimming. Pakistan qualified for only hockey competition while in other three disciplines Pakistan got wild card entries.