KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah guaranteed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Najam Sethi in their meeting on Wednesday that the Sindh government would give finish security to Pakistan Super League (PSL) players when they went by Karachi in February, including that he would by and by go with them if necessary.
Four PSL matches are planned to be played in Karachi in February. Sethi disclosed to Shah that with National Engineering Services Pakistan’s (NESPAK) help, the national stadium in Karachi was being reestablished. He talked about the security circumstance and the coordination between police, officers and the armed force for holding the PSL coordinates in Karachi.
The CM, thusly, communicated his desires to see international cricket come back to Karachi as quickly as time permits. He gave his confirmations with respect to security and offered to go with the meeting players from the air terminal himself if the PCB executive asked him.
On his landing in Karachi on Tuesday night, Sethi advised media that he was attempting to persuade every pertinent gathering to complete the game plans required for the matches to be played in February.