ISLAMABAD Pakistans 75-member contingent is ready to take part in the Commonwealth Games which will commence from October 4 at New Delhi. The first part of the national contingent will leave for New Delhi from Lahore on September 29. The greenshirts will reach India in three parts to compete in seven different disciplines: hockey, boxing, squash, weightlifting, wrestling, shooting and tennis. Haroon Khan, younger brother of world boxing champion Aamir Khan, will represent Pakistan in the Commonwealth Games. The Bolton-based boxer attended the training camp at Islamabad. An official of the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) informed this scribe that the players were mentally strong to perform well in the prestigious international sports event. The PSB provided all facilities to national players during the training camps and boxing team will leave from Islamabad on the same day, he said. He also said that Sindh Sports Minister Dr Mohammad Ali Shah would be chef-de-mission of the national contingent while Dr Lal Chand will be his deputy during the international sports gala. Dr Akhtar Nawaz Ganjera will be the treasurer of the contingent. The Pakistan Boxing Federation (PBF) held a joint training camp with foreign teams at Laiquat Gymnasium, Pakistan Sports Complex, to provide maximum international exposure to the upcoming boxers. We are expecting our boxing team will produce good results, he added. He further said that Pakistan hockey team had bright chances of winning the medal for Pakistan in the Commonwealth Games. The hockey team held its training camp aboard to enhance the technique and skills of the game under the control of a foreign coach. We have good chances of lifting medal in hockey, he said. Squash lads have also potential to win the medal in the Games as top national players have been selected for this mega event including Aamir Atlas Khan and Farhan Mehboob who are Pakistan number one and two respectively. We can show remarkable performances in hockey, squash, tennis and boxing, he concluded.