A former Pakistan hockey player wants to come to India. He has appealed to the Government of India to grant visas.
This former player is named Mansoor Ahmad. Mansur, 49, has a heart problem and wants to treat it in India.
In a video posted on YouTube, Mansur says, “Today I need a heart and I want the help of the Indian government.”
Despite the stressful relations between the two countries, the people of Pakistan can apply for a medical visa.
There is a fluctuation between the relations between India and Pakistan.
Talking to a YouTube channel, Mansur says, “When I used to play hockey in youth, I broke the hearts of many Indians and took away big tournaments from India, but today I need India.”
He has appealed to Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj that her application should be processed so that she can get her treatment.
In Pakistan, Mansur is considered a hockey legend. He was a goalkeeper in the national team and he played more than 300 international matches.
He also won a bronze medal in the 1992 Olympics and was a member of the winning team in the 1994 Hockey World Cup held in Sydney.
Mansoor says that when he goes to India, he will definitely go to those places where he won the match. He has also expressed his desire to meet Dhanraj Pillai, the captain of the Indian hockey team.
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