Kolkata Police Commissioner assures top-level safety for Pakistan team for Eden Gardens matches. “We will think differently in order to provide proper security for the Pakistan team. ” Kolkata Police Commissioner remarked.
Kolkata, India’s cricketing capital, said to have made an unusual request to the BCCI. The city, known for its fervent cricket supporters. Requested that a high-stakes World Cup match between Pakistan and England, originally schedule for November 12th, be reschedule. This desire stems from the fact that the date overlaps with Kali Puja, West Bengal’s second-largest event after the splendor of Durga Puja.
Despite these exciting developments, the city’s vigilant law enforcement is preparing to protect the safety and security of all teams involved. Vineet Goyal, Commissioner of Police in Kolkata, Also informed the cricketing community that they will “think differently” to offer perfect protection for the visiting Pakistan team.
“We’ve been doing well for a long time. ” So, this time, we’ll do everything the same way. There will be no issues. “We will think differently to provide adequate security for the Pakistan team as well. That will be decide as the time approaches,” the commissioner stat, according to India Today.
Commissioner Goyal went on to stress their dedication to “proper policing” on match days. Ensuring that all areas, including law and order, match management, and security, are thoroughly handle. “We are in charge of everything, including law and order, match management, and security. ” “We’re doing a lot of things before that. ” The commissioner stated.
Key World Cup matches to be held at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
The Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB), which will host five critical World Cup matches, including the semi-finals, has already begun talks with the Kolkata Police Department. Moreover They have been given the go-ahead to host four crucial group-stage matches. Including cricketing titans such as India, England, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Furthermore, cricket fans were surprise to learn that a warm-up match between Pakistan and New Zealand. Scheduled for September 29th at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium in Hyderabad. Play behind closed doors.