Pakistan Netball Federation seek government’s support


Karachi: The Pakistan Netball Federation (PNF) urged the federal government to help them solve their issues amid a nationwide lockdown situation. 

Speaking to the media, PNF’s president Mudassir Razzaq Arain said that the federation is suffering through serious financial crises and they direly need support from the government.

“We don’t have money to pay our employees, utility bills, and office’s rent. We need money to accommodate staff and players in this difficult situation,” he said.

Arain revealed that they have written a letter to the Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC), Fehmida Mirza. “We have written a letter to Fehmida Mirza asking her to take our case and allot our funds so that we can meet our financial ends,” he said.

Furthermore, Arain said that Pakistan had been qualified for International Netball Championship which is scheduled in Australia in 2021. “Pakistan’s contingent has to participate in world event next year, it is important for us to get money from the government to make sure next year’s participation,” he concluded.

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