Member Planning and Development Board Punjab Asadullah Faiz and his team along with Director General Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh visited different parts of Nishtar Park Sports Complex here on Tuesday to finalize a suitable site for the construction of Hockey High Performance Centre.
Director General Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh gave a detailed briefing to Member Planning and Development Board Punjab Asadullah Faiz and his team about multiple features of Hockey High Performance Centre. Director Sports Hafeez Bhatti, Deputy Director Rauf Bajwa and other officials were also present on the occasion.
In the briefing, Adnan Arshad Aulakh said that the High Performance Centre would prove a revolutionary measure for the revival of hockey. “Definitely, it will be a great facility for young male and female hockey players. Our talented players and coaches will be able to polish their skills at the High Performance Centre which will be equipped with all modern facilities,” he added.
He further said that hockey is our national game and Sports Board Punjab will leave no stone unturned for the promotion of this game among the young generation. “Sports Board Punjab is organizing hockey events regularly to provide sufficient playing opportunities to young male and female hockey players of the province”, said the DG, SBP. Member Planning and Development Board Punjab Asadullah Faiz and his team also visited the under construction squash complex and Punjab Tennis Stadium.
Meanwhile, Director General Sports Punjab inspected the site of five practice tennis courts in Nishtar Park Sports Complex on Tuesday. Speaking on the occasion, Adnan Arshad Aulakh said that Sports Board Punjab was striving hard for the promotion of all games at grassroots level in the province. “These five practice tennis courts adjacent to State of the Art Tennis Stadium will play a great role in further popularizing the game of tennis among the young generation”. He directed the relevant officers and contractors to utilize quality material in the preparation of five practice tennis courts.