IHF unhappy with govt formula

IHF unhappy with govt formula

Expressing disappointment at some of the provisions in the merger proposal, IHF sought another week’s time to spell out their position regarding the Sports Ministry’s efforts to work out an amicable solution to the long-standing feud between the two bodies over recognition and power-sharing. The sports ministry had on Saturday served the two federations a two-day ultimatum to either merge into a unified national body or face stern action.

The Sports Ministry accepted the IHF request for more time to spell out their position.
IHF told the Ministry that they need more time to discuss the proposal in detail before giving a reply. “We have sent our reply to the ministry. We have asked for a week’s time because we can’t take any decision in haste as IHF is a democratically elected body. We need to consult all our members before coming to any conclusion,” IHF secretary Ashok Mathur said.
“It is a great effort on the part of the ministry but we have found that it is not at all balanced.”

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