KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah dismissed the proposal for the ban on the double riding by Sindh Police in the arrangement for the final match of PSL season third and approved 300 Shuttle Services for the final.
In a meeting chaired by Murad Ali Shah in the Chief Minister house on Friday, referring to PSL final arrangements. IG Sindh, DG Rangers, and Ministerial Affairs briefed the Chief Minister about the peace and security of the city and clearing of the city.
Addressing the meeting, Chief Minister Sindh said that all the arrangements should be completed till March 15 and directed the Minister for providing relief to the municipalities to allow citizens to be aware of every kind of facilities, everyone should know where to walk and where to drive.
On the occasion, on the day of the final, there was a proposal for a ban on double-ride in the city but the Chief Minister dismissed it and said that I want the youth to enjoy the PSL final so they do not want to miss this fun.
He said that there should be such arrangements on the occasion of the final that the celebration of the entire city will be a part of the celebration.
In the meeting, Chief Minister, announcing to run the Shuttle service on the PSL final, approved 300 buses, which will be 47 seaters and shuttle service will be run from the parking to the stadium and closed roads.
The Chief Minister Sindh added that there should be washrooms, drinking water facilities in the parking areas, equipped with the necessary equipment to arrange a large number of mobile ambulances and as soon as the match is finished, a 30-minute music program should be started.
In the meeting, Chief Minister Sindh told IG Sindh that there is a capacity for more than 35 thousand people in the National Stadium and parking of 8 thousand vehicles is being arranged while planning for traffic arrangements in the city.
He said that the board has also been inspected for the public awareness and all the roads, and 200 scouts will be deployed in order to perform matters efficiently and to guide the public.