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Hockey India has lodged an official complaint with International Hockey Federation against Danish Kaleem

Hockey India has stopped an official objection with International Hockey Federation against Danish Kaleem for rupturing security convention and getting out of hand with security people inside the arena.

Hockey India has started a request against Pakistan’s partner mentor Danish Kaleem for breaking security convention, adding to the rundown of off-field issues tormenting the previous heroes at the continuous men’s Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar.

With the World Cup nearing midway stage, Pakistan’s crusade is getting from terrible to more awful because of a large group of issues, which incorporate damage hit to captain Muhammad Rizwan Senior and a one-coordinate suspension to his representative Ammad Butt.

As though that was insufficient, Hockey India has now held up an official dissension with International Hockey Federation’s Technical representative Christian Deckenbrock of Germany against Danish for breaking security convention and getting out of hand with security people inside the arena.

Pakistan’s central mentor Tauqeer Ahmad Dar conceded things are a long way from blushing for his side on and off the field in front of their essential Pool D coordinate against Netherlands on Sunday.

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