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AMRITSAR: Participation of a neighborhood of circle kabaddi gamers, suspected to be mostly from Punjab, in Pakistan’s firstkabaddi world cup 2020has led to a brand new controversy as Pakistan Amateur Circle Kabaddi Federation (PACKF) has claimed many ‘Indian’ kabaddi gamers had been being adjusted within the groups of diversified countries equivalent to Australia, England and Canada.
The gamers, estimated to be 45 in quantity and accompanied by a neighborhood of some 12 officers and coaches, are within the neighbouring country with none official permission or clearance.
The Pakistan federation also demanded an investigation into why the unauthorised gamers from India had been being handled as an official Indian team.
PACKF secretary total Muhammad Sarwar Bhatt urged TOI on telephone that Indian passport holders had been included within the groups of England, Canada and Australia as kabaddi gamers. He said most attention-grabbing about a gamers from these countries had arrived in Pakistan and their groups had been done by including kabaddi gamers from India.
Sierra Leone, Azerbaijan and Iran also enjoy ship their groups for the eight-day tournament. “Iran’s team is critically a severe contender but Sierra Leone and Azerbaijan are non-kabaddi taking half in nations and give up not enjoy worthy at stake. USA, Canada and Kenya did not ship their groups to grab half,” Bhatt said.
A letter dated November 28, 2019, and written on the letterhead of Punjab Kabaddi Affiliation surfaced on Monday. The letter purportedly reveals that the body had been urged by Pakistan about the kabaddi world cup. The authenticity of the letter, which carries reference quantity 1151, could maybe maybe not be confirmed nonetheless it entails signature of its secretary Amanpreet Singh Malhi.
Within the letter, the affiliation expressed gratitude in the direction of Pakistan Kabaddi Affiliation secretary total Muhammad Sarwar Rana for extending invitation forkabaddi world cupand confirmed participation of a team representing India.
Punjab Kabaddi Affiliation Sikander Singh Maluka and Malhi had been not on hand for any observation on Monday.
Justice S P Garg (retd), administrator of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), the governing body of the game in India, said it changed into once up to the central authorities to grab action in opposition to the unofficial kabaddi team. The AKFI, he added, would ask Punjab Kabaddi Affiliation whether or not it had any feature in sending the gamers to Pakistan and would grab action accordingly.