ISLAMABAD - The general council of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) unanimously elected Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshall Rao Qamar Suleman as its new president for the next three years. The house met Tuesday here at Air Headquarters Islamabad. Later, Chief of the Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rao Qamar Suleman presided over the proceeding of the house and discussed various issues of the federation. All the office-bearers of the PSF, representatives of the all four provincial, squash associations and other affiliated members of the federation attended the meeting. It is important to mention here that the post of president PSF was vacant after resignation of Air Chief Marshal Tanvir Mahmood on his retirement from Pakistan Squash Federation. After taking over as President PSF, Suleman apprised that the short and long term strategy of vision 2011 would be implemented in its letter and spirit. Highlighting the federation's efforts, President PSF reiterated that development of infrastructure would remain as an important pillar of his strategy and he would take equal interest in the development of male and female players. He was of the view that the PSF would continue to support the players through sponsorship for international competitions and give them cash incentives too. However, such assistance would be provided on the basis of players' outstanding performance in the tournaments and their attitude towards the game. On this occasion, the provincial associations and affiliated members were requested to assist the national federation in achieving the targets. The President PSF further informed that the PSF would continue to follow the guidelines spelt out by sports policy, and is looking forward to a meaningful working relation with Ministry of Sports, Pakistan Sports Board and Pakistan Olympic Association.