LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ramiz Raja held a meeting with individuals from the government of Sindh, district administration officials, and police officials at the National Stadium Karachi on Tuesday.
According to a statement issued by the cricket board, the purpose of the meeting was to finalise the preparations for the upcoming seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which is set to commence on January 27.
IG Sindh Amir Sheikh and DIG Maqsood Memon briefed the meeting on traffic flow during the matches and how to provide the best experience for fans not only in the stadiums but also for those who are often stuck in traffic in and around the stadium.
The security plan was also discussed as PCB aims to provide steller security service to the players and franchises to prevent any mishaps.
Meanwhile, PCB chairman also met with Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah where all the information was discussed. Chairman Ramiz also discussed the progress of ground renovations in Sindh and security details for the upcoming PSL 7.
CM Murad ensured that the government will try its level best to ensure that PSL 2022 is a success, which will help in improving Pakistan’s reputation on the international stage following the New Zealand and England pullout last year.