ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Sports Board released Rs 20 millions to Pakistan Hockey Federation instead of disbursing the grant among all the national sports federations. A source inside the PSB told The Nation here Thursday that Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani, who is also patron-in-chief of the PHF, had announced a special grant for hockey to send the national team on Europe trip but that grant is yet to be released. "On the advice of the Ministry of Sports, PSB released the Rs 20 millions to PHF, which was to be distributed among the national sports federations to meet their set plans for promotion of their respective games," he added that this act of PSB might disturb the affairs of national sports organizations. The source said that the federations were planning to complete their international commitments but their efforts might go in vain due to unfair dealing of PSB. "Around couple of months back, Pakistan Volleyball Federation and Pakistan Kabaddi Federation had cancelled their foreign tours due to unavailability of the financial resources, "he said. He further said that the training camps had already been halted, which were running here at Pakistan Sports Complex while on the other hand, the high ups of the Ministry of Sports and Pakistan Sports Board wasted a huge amount on the renovation of the offices including the offices of Sports Minster, Secretary Sports and Director General PSB Amir Hamza Gillani. "However, former Sports Minister Main Shamim Haider and former DGs of the sports board were using the same rooms and entertaining same facilities with out decorating their offices. Unfortunately, the high ups wasted a lot of money that could be spent on the training of national athletes, "he lamented. Later, Federal Minister for Sports Pir Aftab Hussain Shah Jilani said that they would adjust the special grant of Prime Minister in the annual grant of various sports federations. "The schedules of the national sports bodies will not be disturbed by giving Rs.20 millions to PHF. Federations will also be given grant very soon, "he told The Nation on telephone. Meanwhile, The Nation came to know that Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) has shown its concerns on discontinuing the training camps, which were running in the major cities of the country to make capable the national outs fits for the 11th South Asian Games, which are scheduled to be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh in January /February 2010. The POA clearly indicated Pakistan Sports Board in a letter that Pakistan might lose its second position in the regional sports gala of eight nations if the camps would not be held regularly. Before the 10th edition of South Asian Games, PSB had maintained the training camps during the Ramdan and green shirts brought amazing results in the 10th South Asian Games at Colombo, Sri Lanka in 2006 competitions.