Section 144 Imposed in Lahore: What Does This Mean for PSL 8?

Section 144 Imposed in Lahore: What Does This Mean for PSL 8?

Deputy Commissioner Lahore imposed Section 144 in view of the current security situation. With just a few days left for the PSL to kick off in Lahore, fans are worried about what the outcome of the event could be with this development.

According to an official notification issued late at night, the areas of the provincial capital where Section 144 has been imposed include the area from Mian Mir Bridge to Istanbul Chowk on Mall Road (Quaid-e-Azam City) and its vicinity. . Other areas under Section 144 include the Punjab Civil Secretariat and its adjoining roads and Main Boulevard Gulberg.

Section 144 prohibits all kinds of meetings, gatherings, gatherings, processions, demonstrations, protests and other similar activities in the said areas.

Here is the official notification:

The PSL action in Lahore will begin on February 26 with defending champions Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi. Due to the imposition of Section 144 in various areas around the Gaddafi Stadium, fans are worried that their access to the venue could be massively obstructed, resulting in them missing out on watching their favorite stars in action. will be done

They also fear that in a worst-case scenario, the PCB management may shift the Lahore leg of the PSL to another venue. It is likely that DC Lahore may extend Section 144 from the original 7-day period if the security threat is not reduced.

Nine PSL matches are scheduled in Lahore, including the most important matches of the business end of the tournament. PSL qualifiers, eliminators and finals will be held in Lahore from March 15 to 19.


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