Top officials of the cash-strapped Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) will push for revival of bilateral ties with India at neutral venues during the 47th International Hockey Federation (FIH) Statutory Congress from May 19 to 23 in New Delhi next month.

A top PHF official said the FIH president and executive board members will be elected for the next four years at the meeting.

“The meeting will give us an opportunity to talk to the Indian hockey federation officials on the possibility of reviving bilateral ties that could benefit Pakistan and India and the hockey followers in both countries,” he said.

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PHF president Brigadier (retd.) Khalid Sajjad Khokhar and secretary Asif Bajwa have already applied for Indian visas.

The official said that Pakistan is badly in need of finances and believes…

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