Massive security cover deployed in Karachi ahead of PSL final
The PSL 2018 final at Karachi will witness a mammoth security cover as thousands of security personnel will be deployed in Pakistan’s port city. Also, head-of-state level security will be present at the stadium to head the security.
Meanwhile, Islamabad United will take on Peshawar Zalmi in the finals on March 25 in the National Stadium.
Since the 2009 terror attack on the Sri Lankan team, this will be the first time that international cricket returns to Karachi. As a result, it assumes a lot of significance and the authorities are not keeping any loophole.
In addition to this, bombproof buses have also been brought from Lahore as well. However, despite such tight security, many international stars have opted out name Eoin Morgan, Kevin Pietersen among others.
Meanwhile, former Pakistan wicket-keeper Moin Khan expressed his dissatisfaction on overseas players not coming to Pakistan. He also urged PCB to take note and not include these players in the next draft.
“It’s disappointing that some foreign players refused to come after giving their consent initially. PCB will have to take notice and not include those players in the draft as it will be a big loss for the franchise.”
However, foreign security experts have admitted that it is one of the best security arrangements they have seen.
Meanwhile, Windies cricketer Darren Sammy expressed his excitement to revisit Pakistan.
“Pakistan is a place where I have a great connection, and I feel proud that I am part of the efforts to revive international cricket in Pakistan,” he said.
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