NEW DELHI (AFP) Haroon Khan, younger brother of Britains WBA light welterweight champion Amir, got his Commonwealth Games 52kg flyweight campaign off to a spectacular winning start on Tuesday. The 19-year-old, British-born fighter chose to represent Pakistan after claiming he had been snubbed by the English boxing authorities. He made his debut by brushing aside Tanzanias Sunday Elias courtesy of a powerful right hand which sent his opponent to the canvas before the referee stepped in to stop the bout. The teenager, listed as Haroon Iqbal rather than Khan by under-fire local officials, next fights Gilbert Bactora of Mauritius and revealed his famous older brother had passed on crucial advice. He told me dont rush in and go for the big blows. Take it easy and go slow, he said. I trained and prepared in England but I am fighting for Pakistan. Before he signed up to fight for Pakistan, Haroon said he had been overlooked for selection onto the English team. Ive wanted to box for Britain at the Olympics ever since Amir won silver in Athens, he admitted recently. I looked at what he did and dreamed of going one better. But Ive never had a look in with the senior England squad, not even a letter. When I went over to Pakistan, they were offering me a house and a car with a driver if I wanted to stay there. But, whatever happens, I cant see myself fighting for Pakistan at the London Olympics. That just wouldnt feel right. If all goes well, I will turn pro after the Commonwealth Games.