New Delhi: In another big jolt for the proposed World Series Hockey, six more Indian players have decided to withdraw from the lucrative league to appear in the national camp for the Olympics qualifiers.
    
On Wednesday, six Indian stars including Bharat Chetri and Sandeep Singh, had written to HI, conveying that they are no longer part of WSH and would appear in the camp in New Delhi.
    
Now six more players -- Birender Lakra, Manjeet Kullu, Rupinder Pal Singh, Danish Mujtaba, K Chinglensana Singh and Manprit Singh -- have written to HI Secretary Narinder Batra,
conveying that they have parted ways with WSH.

"We are writing to you to advise that we are not playing in the World Series Hockey event and that we will be attending the National Camp in Delhi for the Olympic Qualifiers in Delhi
on December 11 until February 2012 and we will be available for selection in the National team for the Olympic qualifiers," the players wrote in the signed letter.
    
"We signed the contract with World Series Hockey under the impression that WSH will not force us to play and ask us to leave for the national camp. We play for our country and
that is a matter of honour and pride for us," they added.
    
The players still looked interested in taking part in WSH as they also wrote in the letter,"We appeal to World Series Hockey to postpone their tournament after the qualifiers in
the national interest." The league is scheduled to begin from December 17.
    
The WSH organisers said they have not received any communication from the players in question.

 (Agencies)