ISLAMABAD - Senior Vice President Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF), Asim Suleman, said Tuesday that the federation would welcome suggestions from legends Jahangir Khan and Jansher Khan regarding the promotion of game in the country. While talking to reporters at Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Officers Mess, Air Vice Marshall Asim Suleman said that the PSF would not plunge into any controversy. "Jahangir Khan is my hero, I respect him and he is role model for the budding players. They (Jahangir and Jansher) should come forward and point out the flaws in the policy and help us rectify that. They should also come in the squash courts during the training camps to encourage the upcoming boys for the international competitions, "he observed. Responding to a question, Asim turned down the reports regarding the resignation of Qamar Zaman, vice president PSF. "We did not receive any resignation from Qamar Zaman. However, the federation seeks help from him on the various issues on and off. Qamar is playing an active role in the federation's affairs. We have set the road map to reach our destination. Our four boys move ahead in the international ranking, "he said. He said that top national player Aamir Atlas Khan was on 35th spot in the Professional Squash Association (PSA) ranking in 2007. Now, he is at the 23rd rung. "Farhan Mehboob jumped up from 68 to 32 while Yasir Butt reached 40th place as he was at 118 in 2007. Mansoor went down from 32 to 35 because he could not play required number of international competitions," he further said. Answering a question regarding Shahid Zaman, the PSF top official said the federation would not be responsible for personal acts of any player. "Shahid did not contact the federation for the visa problem. When the federation came to know about his problem through media the officials contacted with the related persons and solved the issue in a few hours, "he said. Senior Vice President PSF further said that they were providing all facilities to the players during the training camps. "We are also focusing on the girls and Maria Toor is doing well and improving her game day by day. We will hold two WISPA (Women's International Squash Players Association) international squash showpieces this year 2008 in Pakistan. One will be played at Jahangir Khan Squash Complex, Wah Cannt Rawalpindi in August and other at Mushaf Squash complex with the Pakistan Open in November 2008," he added.