The normalization committee of Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has taken a significant step towards addressing the long-standing problems within the organization. The committee, chaired by Haroon Ahmed Malik, along with members Muhammad Shahid Niaz Khokhar and Haris Azmat, held a joint meeting with the football community to discuss the issue.
The main topic of discussion was the need to ensure free and transparent elections in accordance with the PFF constitution. The participants of the meeting engaged in a detailed discussion to devise a plan of action that would lead to the conduct of these elections as soon as possible.
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During the meeting, the normalization committee and the football community unanimously agreed to send their recommendations to the PFF by March 30. These recommendations will be based on the discussion and will be used to guide the further steps that will be taken.
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This meeting marks an important step towards transparency and democracy within the Pakistan Football Federation. With the joint efforts of the normalization committee and the football community, there is hope for positive change and a brighter future for football in Pakistan.