Pakistan deserves a standing ovation on the successful staging of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in Karachi. This has not only portrayed a positive image of Pakistan as a peace-loving country across the globe but also raised high hopes for the return of international cricket to Pakistan.
The credit for the peaceful conclusion of the PSL goes to the Pakistan Army, Sindh Rangers, Sindh Police and other law maintaining agencies.
International Cricket Council Chief Executive David Richardson rightly said that the perception of Pakistan being a dangerous country has now changed and for that he credited the people and security forces of the country.
The time is not far away when the international cricket would fully return to the country because of the improved security situation in the country.
Published in Dawn, March 24th, 2019