Islamabad: As per the latest news, on January 13, a site was suggested for the establishment of the Islamabad Cricket Stadium. The stadium is expected to accommodate almost 60,000 audiences.
CDA Chairman Amir Ali Ahmed, Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Hamza Shafqaat, Special Assistant to Prime Minister (SAPM) Ali Nawaz Awan, Commissioner Rawalpindi Syed Gulzar Hussain Shah, CDA Member Engineering Sayed Munawar Shah, and others attended a review meeting presided over by Planning Minister Asad Umar.
The CDA presented the design and proposed location of the cricket stadium at the meeting. Chairman Ahmed proposed that the stadium be built in Saidpur.
Furthermore, Planning Minister Umar directed the CDA to look into other project locations. It was decided that the CDA would look for another location and that both identified locations, along with the design, would be presented to Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan for final approval.
It is worth noting that the CDA will provide the stadium’s land, while the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will build it.
According to reports, the meeting also approved the signal-free Srinagar Highway project and the relocation of the landfill to Mandra in Rawalpindi.
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