Snooker cham­pion

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION -

KHAL­IFA AR­MAN

It is in­cred­i­bly au­then­tic that Pak­istan is full of tal­ented per­sons, but the em­bar­rass­ing fact is that they are not sup­ported so that they can demon­strate their tal­ent world­wide and add to the pres­tige and good name of the coun­try. For ex­am­ple, the Snooker cham­pion, Ali Za­man who won the ju­nior cham­pi­onship in 2014 and was as­pir­ing to win world cham­pi­onship, is los­ing hope be­cause of the neg­li­gence of gov­ern­ment.

His vi­sion was not to sell fruit on a ven­dor’s cart since he is com­pelled to do so be­cause he has to feed his fam­ily. I urge to the gov­ern­ment to fa­cil­i­tate him so that he can take part in world cham­pi­onship. There is ev­ery pos­si­bil­ity and hope that he could bring hon­ours to the na­tion and the coun­try. — Tur­bat, Balochis­tan

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