PCB Chairman Najam Sethi has made it clear that he will hold matches in Lahore and Rawalpindi, and he has also released the schedule of these matches.
Let us tell you that earlier they had asked to shift the matches in Lahore and Rawalpindi to Karachi, but now to discuss the same, PCB Chairman, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi and Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif held a meeting. He also expressed his opinion.
When the decision was to be pronounced, the Chief Secretary was also involved, and it was decided that the Pakistan Cricket Board would pay Rs 10 crore to the Punjab government.
After that, Najam Sethi thanked Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and said that it was due to the Prime Minister’s efforts.
It has been learned from important sources that Shahbaz Sharif instructed Najam Sethi and the Chief Minister not to deprive the fans in Lahore of watching the matches so that the people of Lahore can also enjoy the matches of PSL 8 and these matches. The government will use the lights on rent.
Apart from this, the Punjab government said that the lights should be purchased so that it becomes a part of PSL only and there is no recurring expenditure, but no change has been thought of yet, although Shahbaz Sharif has ordered that PSL There should not be any kind of trouble in the matches and those who will come to watch the matches should be allowed to enjoy well, and all measures should be taken well for the security of the crickets that have come from foreign countries.
You are also told that differences arose between the PCB and the Punjab Government regarding the expenditure as the PCB refused to pay the expenditure to the Government and the Government also apologized for this.
When things got very bad, the PCB Chairman called the Prime Minister and spoke to him and over the phone Shahbaz Sharif assured him of all possible cooperation