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Lahore finalizes security plan for PSL matches

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LAHORE: The security plan for the upcoming matches under the second leg of the ongoing edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has finalized during the Cabinet Committee on Law-and-Order meeting on Tuesday.

The meeting, chaired by Punjab Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs Raja Basharat, was attended by provincial ministers Ansar Majeed Niazi, Rai Taimoor Bhatti, and senior civil and police officers.

During the meeting, Basharat said that the PSL players and officials will be given the status of stated guests in the city.

“A final rehearsal will be held by the Lahore district administration and police ahead of the matches on February 4 and 6,” the minister said, adding that the security plan will be enforced in the city from February 7.

He directed the authorities concerned to make sure that the CCTV cameras in the surroundings of Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, and parking areas are fully operational during the PSL matches.

Lahore will host 19 PSL matches including the playoffs, starting February 10.

Moreover, the meeting also approved special powers to special price magistrates.

Basharat directed that all price magistrates should ensure the implementation of govt price lists. He said that the deputy commissioners should regularly monitor the performance of price magistrates.

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