Murad wants to return lost glories of hockey

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has stated that he would reinforce the Pakistan Hockey Federation to repair lost glories if it begins coaching camps in rural spaces of the province.

This he stated whilst discussing promotion of hockey with Brig (R) Muhammad Khalid Sajjad Khokhar, President Pakistan Hockey Federation and Shahbaz Ahmed Senior, Secretary General Pakistan Hockey Federation, who referred to as on him right here on the CM House on Thursday.

On the instance, Sports Minister Sardar Mohammad Bux Maher used to be additionally provide.

He stated that the Sindh Sports Department has evolved hockey stadiums at Hyderabad, Shaheed Benazirabad, Larkana, Dadu and Sukkur.

He added that blue turf have additionally been laid in the ones stadiums.

The president Hockey Federation informed the executive minister a tender boy of Dadu, Khizar Hayat has emerged absolute best participant.

“We are inducting him in nationwide group however sooner than his induction he’s being despatched to Australian for coaching,” he stated.

The leader minister stated that 5 stadiums are being evolved within the town however the stadium in South Distt is one of the most productive stadium with blue turf. “you’ll be able to get started coaching camps there,” he stated.

Sports Minister Mohammad Bux Maher steered that a hostel for only coaching gamers may be constructed at Clifton stadium. The leader minister gave him pass forward.

The leader minister additionally stated that he would reinforce Hockey Federation to rehabilitate Hockey Club and stadium.

“Just I would like to repair sports activities actions, in particular Hockey in Sindh,” he stated.

The Hockey Federation leader stated that they might get started their coaching camps in rural spaces of Sindh.

Sports minister Mr Maher recommend to make the Hockey business as cricket has been made. “I might recommend you to paintings with Hockey Federation and make our youngesters Hockey gamers,” he requested him.

They agreed to paintings in combination for promotion of Hockey.

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