SC orders for holding PFA election within 14 days


ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court (SC) has ordered to hold the polls of Punjab Football Association (PFA) in 14 days.

Football Federation President Faisal Saleh Hayat also appeared before the court.

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed during a hearing here remarked that “importance should either be given to Pakistan’s structure or the present administration problems. The game is being damaged due to your politics.”

The CJP remarked that the purpose of the hearing is to assure that no harm is caused to the game and ordered for the elections of the association to be held in Punjab in the first phase and then on a national level, adding that Advocate Ali Raza will conduct the whole process.

Justice Sheik Azmat Saeed while speaking to the petitioner said: “We want that Pakistan is represented at an international level. Your ego has debased Pakistan.”

He then asked the people present in court if the present management did not want Pakistan to participate in the qualifier as it seemed to him as if the people present in the court do not want the matter to be resolved at all.

The court ordered to hold the elections of PFA within 14 days while directing to present a report in the chambers.