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PM Khan orders biggest cricket stadium to be built in Islamabad

Recently, Pakistan Cricket Board has been tasked by PM Imran Khan to build the country's biggest stadium. The stadium will be built with a public-private partnership and will feature state-of-the-art facilities.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered Pakistan Cricket Board to build a state-of-the-art cricket stadium in Islamabad, Pakistan. The stadium is said to be the country’s biggest stadium.

In this realm, Chairman PCB Ehsan Mani met the Chairman Capital Development Authority Amir Ali Ahmed on Thursday to discuss the construction of the project. The stadium will meet international standards, having a High-Performance Center.

CDA’s land, planning, and development has completed the survey of the stadium and will present the complete report to PM Imran Khan next month.

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Following the approval of the prime minister, the stadium will be built with a public-private partnership. Nadeem Khan, the director of PCB High-Performance, says the stadium will be the biggest in Asia with the state-of-the-art facility. He added that the government is also looking forward to increasing the seating capacity in the cricket stadium in Rawalpindi.

 

“The creation of a state-of-the-art international cricket stadium in Islamabad will help the growth of cricket in the country. This stadium will have all the latest state-of-the-art facilities for the sport. Steady progress is being made on the mega project and the Prime Minister will lay the foundation for it. PCB officials are in constant contact with the officials of the CDA. We are also planning on creating high-performance centers in Rawalpindi, Peshawar, and Faisalabad,” Nadeem said.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Cricket Team is currently in the UK for an international cricket series. Pakistan cricket team has been registering some appreciable performances. Skipper Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan, with their spectacular performances, have revived the game of cricket in Pakistan. Cricket fans were disheartened with the lackluster performances.

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Fans are now expecting some impressive performances from in-form skipper Babar Azam and wicket-keeper batsman Muhammad Rizwan against England. Pakistan.

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