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Pakistan demands ASF to shift Asian Squash Championship from India

LAHORE : Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has written a letter to Asian Squash Federation (ASF) and demanded to shift Asian Squash Championship from India after it delayed to issue visas to Pakistan players.

Pakistan players could not participate in the tournament due to this delay in issuance of visas.

Pakistan out of Asian Squash Championship as India does not issue visas to players

According to details, the letter is written by PSF Senior Vice President Air Vice Marshal Shahid Akhtar Alvi in which it has been stated that India delayed the visas of Pakistan players on purpose.

Pakistan has appealed to international bodies to shift the championship from India due to its conventional stubbornness and unprofessional attitude.

Pakistan’s four players which included Farhan Mahboob, Farhan Zaman, Waqar Mahboob and Tayyab Aslam were to participate in the championship that is scheduled in India’s city Chennai from April 26 to 30.

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