KHA secretary applauded by PHF president

Khokhar presents Hussain with special certificate of appreciation


Sports Desk September 09, 2020
PHOTO COURTESY: TWITTER/PHF

KARACHI:

Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) president Brigadier Khalid Sajjad Khokhar (r) paid rich tribute to the Secretary Karachi Hockey Association (KHA), Haider Hussain for his outstanding services at the grassroots level for the development and promotion of the national game, read a press release.

Haider Hussain, as the Secretary KHA, has rendered valuable services for the development of hockey.
Under the supervision of Pakistan Hockey Federation, Secretary Karachi Hockey Association has organized innumerable events at the grass root level.

The supervision of the Pakistan Hockey Federation has helped in the promotion and development of national game in Karachi. Haider Hussain was also given a special certificate of appreciation by the PHF president Brigadier Khalid Sajjad Khokhar (R) at Pakistan Hockey Federation Headquarters, Lahore.

Also present, on the occasion, was the 1971 World Cup Gold Medalist and 1968 Olympic Gold Medalist, Legend Olympian Rashid Jr.

Olympian Rasheed Jr said that Haider Hussain is a hard working person and is rendering selfless services for the national game which should be encouraged at every forum. He also extended special congratulations to KHA Secretary Haider Hussain on the occasion and wished him all the best for the future.

On the other hand, Manzoor Jr, the winning captain of 1984 Olympics and chairman of National Hockey Selection Committee and one of the most medal winning athletes in the world of hockey, also congratulated Secretary Karachi Hockey Association Haider Hussain on receiving a certificate of appreciation from Pakistan Hockey Federation.

He said that the services of Haider Hussain are outstanding. He expressed his best wishes to Secretary KHA Haider Hussain on receiving the certificate of appreciation.

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