FAs demand action
KATHMANDU: Four district Football Associations on Monday requested Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to intervene on the All Nepal Football Association’s actions to avoid wasting soccer.
The presidents of 4 FAs — Birat Jung Shahi (Kathmandu), Purushottam Thapa (Lalitpur), Gautam Sujakhu (Bhaktapur) and Deepak Khatiwada (Dhading) — registered a protest letter on the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers in opposition to ANFA President Karma Tsering Sherpa. “We needed to knock the doorways of Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, and Youth and Sports Ministry as ANFA President Sherpa has been engaged in varied misdeeds going in opposition to the spirit of soccer improvement,” claimed the presidents of the FAs within the letter.
“His deeds will not be solely in opposition to the legislation of the land but additionally in opposition to the statutes of ANFA together with worldwide our bodies, FIFA and AFC.”
The protest letter additionally claimed that Sherpa’s views relating to nationality among the many folks of Terai area was additionally not acceptable. Explaining the explanation behind beginning grassroots programme in Siraha, Saptari, Dhanusha and Mohattari district of Province-2, Sherpa had stated: “The programme primarily focuses on two facets: luring youngsters from the area in direction of soccer, and educating them about nationality. We had to do that as we don’t get the sensation of nationalism within the folks of Terai throughout our go to to the districts.”
The 4 presidents had earlier lodged criticism in opposition to Sherpa on the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority however the anti-graft physique dismissed the case in absence of satisfactory proof.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 2, 2020, of The Himalayan Times.
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