PM Imran Khan orders to build an International Stadium in Islamabad

The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Ehsan Mani, was directed by Prime Minister Imran Khan in the nation's capital Islamabad, to build a state-of-the-art cricket stadium.

The stadium will include a high-efficiency centre and all the newest facilities for players and employees according to the details. The stadium is said to be the nation's largest cricket stadium, with domestic and international matches taking place.


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PM Imran thinks that building a state-of-the-art stadium in Islamabad will assist to revive Pakistan's identity around the world, particularly in cricketing nations, and will serve to enhance the country's positive image.

The Capital Development Authority (CDA), which will report to PM Imran by the month's end, has already started to locate an ideal venue for the stadium.

Nadeem Khan, Director of the NHPC, has shown that the project is already in progress and is moving at a fast pace. He added the officials of the PCB work together to develop details about the new stadium with the CDA officials.

The PCB plans to set up high-performance centres, including in Peshawar, Faisalabad, and Rawalpindi, in other locations in Pakistan.


Recently, major cricketing nations have shown their interest in visiting the country. After a gap of 16 years, England has already confirmed their tour. On 14 and 15 October, England will play two T20Is against Pakistan at the Karachi National Stadium.

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) is also negotiating for a limited-overs tour with Pakistan and will likely be touring before the T20 World Cup starts.

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