PESHAWAR (APP) - Qamar Zaman Tuesday tendered his resignation as Vice President of the Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) over what he called not being consulted in PSF affairs. "My vice president portfolio in PSF was was of no use. I was never consulted in any matter regarding the game and selection of the team. For that reason, I have decided to severe my ties and opted to be a spectator," he said. "It is shocking that those having no knowledge of squash are running the affairs and those who served the country across the world have been ignored," Qamar added. He blamed PSF for encouraging and facilitating overage players at junior level while paying no attention to the senior players and development of the game.