LAHORE Pakistans medal hopes got big boost as British nationality holder, Haroon Khan, who is younger brother of Light-Welter weight World Champion boxer Amir Khan, has joined Pakistan for the upcoming mega events including London Olympics 2012. According to television report quoting reliable sources in the Pakistan Boxing Federation (PBF), Haroon along with his father secretly visited Karachi from Manchester. The report said that Haroon, during his visit, gave trials last week and had bouts with three of the Pakistani boxers including Qadir Khan for 57kg, Nadir Baloch for 48kg and another local boxer at the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) coaching centre here in Karachi. Pakistans boxing coach of Cuban origin, Francisco Hernandez Roldan and his assistant coach Abdul Majeed Brohi witnessed the trials and passed Haroon Khan to represent Pakistan in the mega events. Haroon, 18, is the younger brother of Amir Khan (Professional British boxer), and has won 70 bouts and may junior level titles in England to date. He will also be taking part in the Englands National Boxing Championship scheduled next month. Haroon got his Pakistani passport after landing in Pakistan and the channel reported that the PBF is planning to include him in squads for the upcoming Commonwealth Games (in New Delhi, India) this year and Asian Games (in Guangzhou, China), after which, he will represent Green Shirts in the all-important London Olympics 2012. My aim is that at least one of my sons plays for Pakistan and make a name for the country in London Olympics 2012, sources quoted Haroons father as saying to PBF officials. Reports also disclosed that after changing weight categories from AIBA, Pakistans promising boxer and captain of national side in the recently concluded South Asian Federation Games, Mohammad Waseem will return in 49kg in Commonwealth Games while Haroon Khan will fight in the 52kg weight category.