JAKARTA (Reuters) - Nepal\u2019s Bishwarupa Budha is refusing to let her remaining minute exclusion from the ladies\u2019s 10,000 meters on the Asian Video games diminish her morale, made up our minds as a substitute to polish within the five,000m, the contingent\u2019s chef de project stated on Sunday. Budha suffered an embarrassing blow when she was once instructed through race officers that her access for the 10,000m have been despatched too past due, and the 23-year-old trudged off the Gelora Bung Karno Stadium monitor earlier than Saturday\u2019s race had began. \u201cWe're investigating the incident,\u201d Nepal chef de project Keshab Kumar Bista instructed Reuters. \u201cI spoke to our Olympic committee remaining night time and we don't suppose there have been any errors on our phase. \u201cThe shape have been crammed up correctly so we are looking for out what went unsuitable.\u201d Bista, on the other hand, was once assured there could be no repeat of the incident in Tuesday\u2019s five,000m and insisted the athlete was once no longer heartbroken. \u201cI spoke to her remaining night time. She instructed me: \u2018Sir, don\u2019t concern. The five,000m is my primary match so no issues. I'm higher ready for that,\u2019\u201d he added. Nepal received a unmarried bronze medal on the 2010 Asian Video games in Guangzhou, repeated the feat at Incheon, South Korea 4 years later, however haven't begun to open their account on the 18th model of the multi-sport match being hosted through Jakarta and Palembang. After Budha was once excluded, Daria Maslova gave Kyrgyzstan their 2nd gold medal of the Video games through profitable the 10,000m in 32 mins, 7.23 seconds, forward of Bahrain\u2019s Eunice Chumba and China\u2019s Zhang Deshun. \u201cThey instructed me my access had come too past due,\u201d a perplexed Budha instructed newshounds after being requested to go away the monitor. \u201cI have no idea who's at fault for this.\u201d Reporting through Sudipto Ganguly; Modifying through John O'BrienOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Believe Rules.