New Govt Delays Islamabad Stadium Project for 2025 Champions Trophy

The adjustment of the national government has deferred the development of the cutting edge cricket arena project for Champions Trophy 2025 in Islamabad as the cricket board hasn’t got any reaction from Capital Development Authority.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman, Ramiz Raja, recently got endorsement from that point Prime Minister Imran Khan for building an innovative arena in Islamabad before ICC Champions Trophy.

As of late, the cricket board had composed a letter to Capital Development Authority for the designation of land for the arena yet because of an adjustment of the central government, CDA is to yet to answer.

Last year, the International Cricket Council named Pakistan as the host country for the ICC Champions Trophy, the principal major worldwide cricket competition in the country beginning around 1996.

Recently, the Pakistan Cricket Board began work on the contributes the National Stadium, Karachi, and Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. The cricket board was reprimanded for giving sluggish pitches during the Australia series.

The cricket board has likewise intended to develop 70 rooms every inside arenas of Karachi and Multan to prepare for facilitating groups. These rooms will have five-star offices close by safe travel to the ground for matches.