Imran Khan contradicts holding PSL last in Lahore

Minutes after Punjab government declared holding the Pakistan Super League last in Lahore on March 5, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) director Imran Khan contradicted the choice, naming it “frenzy”.

“God prohibit, if any impact happens in Lahore, there will be no cricket in Pakistan in the following 10 years,” he revealed to Nadeem Malik on SAMAA TV.

“This is frenzy considering the circumstance here” he stated, alluding to the arrangement of bomb impacts which shook Pakistan. “What’s the purpose of holding the PSL last in Lahore? It isn’t even a universal match.”

The PTI pioneer included, “In my view, it is a ghastly thought. We need to hold this match by bringing in armed force and blocking streets and there will be high security. This won’t send a decent message.”

The choice to hold the last apparatus in the Punjab capital was put on a hold taking after a series of impacts hit the nation, especially Lahore, executing more than 100 individuals.

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