Commissioner Rawalpindi reviews law and order situation of PakvNZ matches


Staff Reporter – Rawalpindi:
Commissioner Rawalpindi Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah presided over a high-level meeting to review the law and order situation and security of Pak-New Zealand matches, here on Tuesday. He issued special instructions with regard to security arrangements and directed to ensure peaceful and safe holding of matches. The enthusiasts will get a chance to witness best cricket in Rawalpindi as International cricket is being revived in Pakistan, he added. Moreover, he said that infallible security should be provided to the players and expressed satisfaction over the efforts of Pak army, police and other law enforcement agencies. He said that foolproof security arrangements for matches will be ensured at every cost and all the line departments will have to make the best arrangements with their collective efforts and by maintaining close liaison with each other. The enemy does not want the nation to joy but we have to fail the nefarious designs with our collective efforts and vision. He directed that best arrangements of cleanliness should also be made inside and outside the stadium and continued supply of electricity should be ensured inside the stadium as well as entry and exit points of the stadium during the matches. He said the match routes should be made clear of encroachments. After the meeting, Commissioner along-with RPO paid a visit to the route and stadium and issued necessary instructions.
RPO Imran Ahmer, Additional Commissioner (Coordination) Arif Umer, DC Rwp Muhammad Ali, CPO, Representatives of Armed forces, heads of the concerned departments and other officials attended the meeting.