ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday authorized a framework for the promotion of Faculty Cricket particularly and Home Cricket in a key assembly held within the nation’s federal capital right now.
Studies in native media quoting officers stated the premier took a presentation on Home Cricket in Pakistan, with a particular give attention to Faculty Cricket.
PM whereas urging all provinces to give attention to reviving sports activities and offering sports activities services for youth stated “Pleased to review efforts of Punjab for the revival of school cricket, especially the role of Central Punjab Cricket Association. Around 870 schools and 231 college grounds, 355 sports facilities have been developed across Punjab”.
Happy to assessment efforts of Punjab for revival of faculty cricket, esp position of Cent Punjab Cricket Assoc. 870 faculties & 231 faculty grounds, 355 sports activities services developed throughout Punjab. I urge all provinces to give attention to reviving sports activities & offering sports activities services for our youth
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) August 28, 2021
In the course of the assembly, Chairman of Central Punjab Cricket Affiliation (CPCA) Abdullah Khan Sumbal briefed PM together with different officers.
Khan hailed the mannequin proposed by Central Punjab Cricket Affiliation – a company that works below the Pakistan Cricket Board – and known as for its replication throughout Pakistan strategically.
Prime Minister additionally asserted his whole assist to the Faculty Cricket Championship starting in Central Punjab from 15th of the following month and acknowledged that Faculty Cricket had immense potential to generate and groom actual cricketing expertise.
Moreover, the Chief Secretary of Punjab additionally highlighted the numerous position of the Punjab Authorities on this main initiative.
Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Dr. Fehmida Mirza, Particular Assistant to PM Dr. Shahbaz Gill, CEO PCB Wasim Khan and CEO CPCA Khurram Niazi additionally attended the assembly.