"Yes, all three wrestlers were let off with a warning that they will be banned for life if they commit such indiscipline in the future," a WFI source confirmed to this daily.
Sonam Malik was feeling 'heartbroken' but her childhood coach Ajmer Malik stood by her side and told her that 'this is not the end' of everything.
The Wrestling Federation of India had earlier handed a temporary suspension to grappler Vinesh Phogat over her behaviour at the Tokyo Olympics.
Sonam has replied to the notice and promised that she won't repeat it. The federation will soon take a decision on the matter, a WFI source said.
Vinesh, who had travelled to Tokyo from Hungary where she had trained with coach Woller Akos, had refused to stay at the Games Village and train with the other Indian team members.
The score remained 2-2 till the end but since it was the Mongolian Bolortuya Khurelkhuu who scored the last point with her move, she was declared winner on criteria.
Wrestling is one sport which promised at least three podium finishes and anything less than that will be a below par show, irrespective of the colour of the medal.
Relatively new to the big stage, every single bout will be a test of character for Sonam, who qualified for the Tokyo Games by making the final at the Asian Qualifier in April in Almaty.
Indian women wrestlers Seema Bisla (50kg), Anshu Malik (57kg) and Sonam Malik (62kg) left for Tokyo along with two coaches and a physiotherapist on Monday evening.
Indian wrestling trio to leave Russia for Tokyo Games on July 29; Weightlifter Mirabai reaches Tokyo
Indian wrestlers Bajrang Punia (65 kg), Ravi Dahiya (57kg) and Deepak Punia (86kg) — training in Russia will fly out for Tokyo on July 29 and reach there next day.