Ramiz Raja, Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), has voiced his desire to establish a five-star hotel near the National Stadium in Karachi.
During his visit to Karachi, he met with a number of business leaders, including Aqeel Karim Dhedhi and Salman Iqbal, the owner of the Karachi Kings.
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Various issues concerning the development of cricket in Pakistan were discussed at the conference, and Ramiz suggested that all parties participate in promoting sport.
The parties also discussed the possibility of building a five-star hotel near the National Stadium in Karachi, which would aid the PCB in its efforts to revive international cricket in Pakistan.
A hotel near the stadium will alleviate international teams’ security concerns while also providing comfort to Karachi residents, as main routes will not be congested during the events. According to Ramiz Raja, the private sector has a lot to contribute in terms of improving cricket in Pakistan, and their services would be critical in restoring the country’s image.
“We had a productive discussion here with AKD and others, and we look forward to working together,” he stated. AKD is our opening batsman, and he has pledged his full support for cricket development,”The parties also discussed a strategy to revive club and school cricket in Pakistan, as well as plans to use National Stadium Karachi for a variety of sports and events.
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