RAWALPINDI: Commissioner Aamer Khattak on Tuesday visited Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium to review arrangements for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches to be played in the garrison city.

Deputy Commissioner Dr Hassan Waqar Cheema, Parks and Horticulture Authority (PHA) Director General Ahmed Hasan Ranjha and officials from other departments were also present on the occasion.

Mr Khattak said foolproof security arrangements had been made for the PSL matches that would be held in Rawalpindi from March 2 to 10th. As many as nine PSL matches will be played in Rawalpindi.

He said security personnel would be posted at all entrances while shuttle service would be provided to spectators from parking areas to the entrance of the ground.

He said a control room had been set up in the Shehbaz Sharif Sports Gymnasium to monitor all the arrangements and the food street would remain closed during the matches.

Published in Dawn, February 28th, 2024

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