ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday accepted a structure for promo of school cricket in particular and domestic cricket generally, recommending the Central Punjab Cricket Organization to execute the design in its totality.
The head of state attended a presentation on domestic cricket in the country with unique focus on college cricket. The presentation was made by the Chairman of Central Punjab Cricket Association (CPCA), Abdullah Khan Sumbal.
The conference was additionally gone to by Priest for Inter Provincial Sychronisation Dr Fehmida Mirza, Unique Aide to PM Dr Shahbaz Gill, Pakistan Cricket Board’s CEO Wasim Khan and CPCA’s president Khurram Niazi.
The prime minister appreciated the version created by CPCA, which is associated with the PCB, as well as asked for its duplication all over the country strategically.
The head of state asserted his total support to the College Cricket Champion beginning in Central Punjab from Sept 15 and also specified that institution cricket had enormous possibility to produce and brush genuine cricketing talent.
Chief Assistant Punjab Jawad Rafique Malik highlighted the substantial role of the Punjab government in this significant initiative.
“Happy to assess initiatives of Punjab for resurgence of college cricket, especially [the] role of Central Punjab Cricket Association. 870 schools as well as 231 university premises [as well as] 355 sports centers (have been) developed throughout Punjab,” the prime minister stated on Twitter.
He also advised all provinces to concentrate on restoring sports as well as offering sports facilities for the youth.
In a different tweet, the head of state additionally thanked Ehsan Mani for his contribution to cricket in Pakistan throughout his three-year period as the PCB chairman.
“I especially appreciate his setting up, for the very first time, a local residential cricket structure in Pakistan and also his role in bringing back international cricket groups to Pakistan,” the prime minister remarked.