In Pakistan, during a domestic match between Hyderabad under 19 and Quetta Region Under 19, the stadium was turned into a helipad to allow the Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali‘s helicopter to land. The incident took place on 16th October at the Niaz Stadium in Hyderabad, Pakistan. 

The players and the officials were asked to move away from the playing area and later on the Chief Minister met the players and the officials. The irnony was that the minister said that these matches are important and should be organised regularly, but he himself couldn’t respect this.

Pakistan is yet to host any big team after the sad incident against the Sri Lankan cricket team. These incidents don’t really put up a nice image of Pakistan in the cricketing arena.

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