The security for the remaining PSL matches in Lahore and Rawalpindi reviewed

The security for the remaining PSL matches in Lahore and Rawalpindi reviewed. The security measures were assess by a meeting chaired by temporary Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi.

After a terrorist attack on a police complex in Karachi last week. The Punjab caretaker administration reassessed security measures for Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches to be play in Lahore and Rawalpindi on February 20 (Monday).

The security plans for the PSL matches in two cities were assess by a meeting led by temporary Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi. He also direct that the Rawalpindi cameras link with Lahore’s Safe Cities Authority to strengthen security for the sporting events.

The rules state that a four-tier barrier be erected to guarantee perfect security for the matches in Lahore and Rawalpindi.

The security of the teams’ journeys must also be assure while avoiding lengthy traffic stops on the roadways.

The roads for the remaining PSL matches would be under surveillance and monitored by at least 160 cameras in Rawalpindi. The second leg of the T20 spectacular will begin on February 26 with matches in Lahore, the capital of the Punjab state.

“An extensive publicity effort should be initiate to keep the populace aware of the alternate routes during the passage of the teams. “All agencies involved should maintain strong collaboration in this area,” according to a statement published following the meeting.

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A shuttle service for the handicapped and elderly will be provided.

Guests will be allowed to park at Gulberg College in Lahore, and a shuttle service will be offer from the college to the Qaddafi Stadium for the disabled and elderly. There are also plans to provide lighting throughout the full course of the teams as well as around the stadium.

Thus far, the PSL season has been a thrilling one, with fans seeing some great matches. Multan Sultans, the former season’s runners-up, are in fine form, sitting atop the points table with three victories out of four matches. Peshawar Zalmi, on the other side, are in second place with two victories from three matches. The remaining four teams each have two points to their name.

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