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March 10, 2019

Tight security in place for PSL, says Wahab

Karachi

March 10, 2019

Sindh Information and Law Adviser Barrister Murtaza Wahab said that after entertaining fans in Dubai and Sharjah, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has finally reached its homeland.

He said this while felicitating the cricket fans in the megalopolis and encouraged them to go to the National Stadium to support their favourite teams. It was time for Karachiites to rejoice cricket in the city, he added.

While commenting on the security measures adopted for the safety of the players and the spectators, the adviser said that the Sindh government left no stone unturned in ensuring foolproof security arrangements for the mega event.

He also requested the people to fully cooperate with the security personnel.

In another statement, Wahab expressed his profound grief and sorrow over an incident in which six labourers lost their lives in a collapse of an under-construction building’s trolley lift in Clifton.

He said the provincial government would make available every existing medical facility to the injured people, adding that the government would also effusively investigate to find out the real cause of the disconsolate incident.

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