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Pakistan’s participation in World Games 2022 not confirmed
Pakistani snooker and jiu-jitsu competitors are dubious. It is about their cooperation in the current year’s World Games, planned to be held in America. It’s because of vulnerability over the issuance of visas.
Administering assortments of both — snooker and jiu-jitsu – gave public proclamations on Thursday. While communicating their anxiety over postpones in visas. It’s because of the excess at the United States Consulate in Karachi. The Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Association (PBSA) has additionally looked for help from the Foreign Office.
The PBSA said in an explanation that its director Alamgir Sheik had a gathering with unfamiliar secretary Sohail Mahmood. They examined the matter connected with Pakistan’s cooperation in World Games 2022. The gathering was likewise gone to by Director General (Americas) Muhammad Mudassir Tipu.
“The chairman explained the problem faced by the Pakistan snooker team, in obtaining an early appointment for their visas. He requested the foreign secretary to help the Pakistan snooker team regarding the matter,” the PBSA statement said.
“The foreign secretary, Mr Sohail Mahmood, graciously agreed to help the Pakistan snooker team to obtain their visas in time, for their travel to the USA,” the statement added.
“Dilawar and Isra’s participation in the duo mixed category of the ju-jitsu discipline at the Games was confirmed by the organisers in the last week of March and we had submitted visa applications in the US Consulate in Karachi well in time but so far we’ve not received any call for the interviews,” said Tariq Ali, the associate secretary of PJF.
“But now we fear missing the event,” he added.
“Qualifying for The World Games is not an easy task. Our duo made a cut to the event on continental quota after putting up impressive shows in different events including world rankings, continental championships and world championships,” he concluded.