PSL Final in Lahore Subject to Government Permission

The PSL final in Lahore subject to government permission

Shaharyar Khan PSL final in Lahore chairman of the Pakistani Cricket Board (PCB), alleged that the government would be relieved on Friday, insisting that it is eager to promote the Pakistan Super League (PSL) decision-makers in Lahore. In a speech to reporters after attending a meeting of the Senate Arrangement Committee (IPC) Standing Committee, the PCB General said that despite the recent terrorist attacks in Lahore, the board is eager for a high-level PSL final in the local metropolitan area.

“But PSL final in Lahore¬†government will take the final decision on the final decision,” said the PCB chief, while the uncertainty about the PSL final, which will be held on March 5, is growing due to a fatal terrorist attack. It hit other parts of the country including Lahore (Lahore).

Earlier in the Senate City Council, Shaharyar confessed that the duo of Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and faceballer Mohammad Irfan met Nasir Jamshed with a bookmark, Yousuf. In fact, friends around the world nowadays are approaching cricketers through friends and family. And the same thing happened in Dubai, where our three cricket players met the bookieer through Nashir. “

But he said that Irfan did not pay any attention to the offer from the bookie. However, Shayaryar said Pacer did not tell PCB about their meeting.

“I think Irfan did not know the encounter with the bookmaker,” the PCB chairman said. Sharjeel used two dot balls after signing with the bookmaker.

The PCB chairman said that Sharjeel and Khalid withdrew their initial statement on the PSL final in Lahore site correction.

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“In the As PSL final in Lahore initial informal statement, they confessed to meeting the bookie and their crime, but changed the statement while recording the official statement. Shaharyar will be referred to the court after 14 days, and after a legal proceeding, He added that if convicted, he would take tough steps, including a lifting ban on cricket players.

The Senator’s meeting, chaired by Senator Mushahidullah Khan, showed that he did not take concrete action on the report of cleric Malik Mohammad Qayyum, who was involved in match-fixing practices. Committee chairman told the PCB president: “Sabo spokesperson would like to see the report of Judge Qayyum.” Interestingly, despite repeated questions from the chair during the meeting, Shaharyar was unable to give a satisfactory answer as to whether the PCB itself had uncovered ongoing PSL final in Lahore fieldwork scandals or requested by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The world governing body of the game.

“It was a connection between the PCB and the ICC,” Shaharyar said. But after the Senate corps meeting, the PCB chairman on the issue saw a different view and told reporters that the PCB itself was the initiator of the action. Later Senator Mushahidullah told reporters that he regretted that he did not take strict action on people involved in resolving past matches.

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