LAHORE - Young Pakistani wrestlers have won two silver medals for the country in the 3rd Youth Commonwealth Games being held at Pune following an extended spell of win drought. Pakistan wrestler Shaukat Ali won the silver medal in 42 kgs weight category while Haider Ali earned same honour in the 46 kgs weight class. The Games, which started in the Indian city on October 12, will conclude on October 18. According to the information received here, another two Pakistan wrestlers are in line for the medal race. Their bouts will be held today. An official with the contingent said that the efforts of the Pakistan Sports Trust were bearing fruit as it had envisaged a youth-specific policy focusing on future. This was a success for the PST as it had made investment in youth. The PST, led by Lt Gen (retd) Syed Arif Hassan, not only gave financial help to these wrestlers but also arranged for their training in Iran where they participated in a number of competitions before leaving for India. These wrestlers spent one month in Iran for making themselves ready for the competitions, thanks to the PST. Pakistan contingent comprises 16 players and Haider and Shaukat are the first to win medal in the games. Pakistan athletes and table tennis players are also vying in the competition and reports said that the table tennis players have made their way to the next round while the athletes have qualified for the semi-final. Muhammad Asif Javed of Pakistan has qualified for semi-finals in 100 meter race. The 24 member Pakistan contingent headed by Muhammad Anwar Khan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Sports are participating in the Youth Games. Pakistan contingent is taking part in five disciplines: athletics, swimming, table tennis, weightlifting and wrestling.