ISLAMABAD: The renovation work of Ayub Stadium in Quetta has been in progress for the forthcoming National Games.

“The government of Balochistan is working on various development projects at the Ayub Stadium to complete infrastructure required for the competitions which will be held this year,” an official of Balochistan government said on Monday.

He added the renovation work was in full swing to upgrade football ground, boxing arena, volleyball court, table tennis hall, swimming pool, youth hostel and other sports facilities at the Ayub Sports Complex at a cost of Rs785.46 million.

On the directives of Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan, a tennis court and an athletic track was also being established at the stadium. The CM has also directed that steps be taken for the provision of funds on regular basis to complete the complex.

Published in Dawn, February 23rd, 2021

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