FIH halts Pakistan workforce's participation in Junior Hockey World Cup in India

Global Hockey Federation (FIH) on Monday disallowed the Pakistan staff to take part in Males’s Hockey Junior World Cup 2016, which is being held in India from December eight to 18, over Pakistan Hockey Federation’s (PHF) incapability to satisfy the cut-off dates.

FIH on Monday invited the Malaysian junior males’s staff to participate in the development, changing Pakistan, despite the fact that the fairway shirts had formally certified.

The global frame termed it PHF’s fault because it did not publish visa programs for Pakistani delegation prior to the legitimate time limit and it is lack of ability to verify the delegation’s lodging venue ahead of the closing date.

PHF Secretary Shehbaz Ahmed, whilst speaking to DawnNews, termed the transfer ‘pre-planned’ and stated, “Pakistan didn’t extend any time table legal responsibility and it’s all India’s fault not to factor visa to Pakistan’s delegation prior to closing date.”

“Our executive had well timed issued No Objection Certificate (NOCs) for gamers to participate in the event, however it’s unhappy that Pakistan will be unable to participate in Junior Hockey World Cup,” stated Shehbaz.

“We had deliberate coaching camps for our gamers so how are we able to prolong any time table to jeopardise our participation,” he maintained.

“I had already noticed it coming that this determination via FIH goes to head towards Pakistan.”

Pakistan on November 19 had issued NOCs to the Pakistan Junior staff for participating in the Junior World Hockey Cup scheduled to be held in India from December eight to 18.

PHF on November 16 had expressed reservations about India calling the photographs in the arena hockey and taking undue keep an eye on to sideline Pakistan.

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