On Thursday, the Balochistan Government and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) resolved to renovate a cricket stadium in Quetta in order to make the necessary preparations for hosting PSL games in the provincial capital.
Imran Kichki, the principal secretary to the chief minister of Balochistan, and PCB officials met to discuss the issue.
Issues relating to the PSL matches being held in Quetta were thoroughly discussed during the meeting. It was promised that sensible measures would be implemented to ensure the safety of teams and supporters.
The PSL matches being held in the province capital, according to Imran Kichki, will provide local cricket players a chance to develop their skills.
He stated that Quetta’s surroundings and climate were ideal for hosting summer cricket camps.
He claimed that the promotion of sports in the province was a top priority for Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo.
He claimed that the provincial government was crucial to the survival of football and hockey on a national scale.
He claimed that because cricket was played at the Tehsil level, there were many good players throughout Balochistan, and holding competitions like the PSL would allow them to showcase their skills.