Lahore: Chairman PTI Imran Khan assured that the Rawalpindi test will not be affect. “Azadi March | Imran Khan’s assurance to the British High Commissioner | The Pindi Test will not be affect”
British High Commissioner Christian Turner and Ramiz Raja, posted in Pakistan, met and visited Imran Khan at Zaman Park Lahore. Matters of mutual interest were discuss in this meeting.
PCB Chairman and High Commissioner of England visited the former Prime Minister and inquired about his well-being.
Imran Khan was tol-d that the English team will reach Islamabad after 17 years. On November 27 and the first Test match in Rawalpindi is schedule from December 1.
Imran Khan assured that the Rawalpindi Test will not be affect in the context of his long march and protest on November 26.
Azadi March | Imran Khan’s assurance to the British High Commissioner | The Pindi Test will not be affect
Imran Khan assured the Chairman PCB and the British High Commissioner not to be affect by the Test series sit-in or long march. And said that ‘You continue the preparations because of our movement, there will be no harm to the Pindi Test’.
British High Commissioner Christian Turner strongly condemned the attack on the Chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaaf. And expressed his best wishes for his speedy recovery. Senior PTI leader Fawad Chaudhry was also present in this meeting.
On the other hand, a delegation of the British Embassy visited the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in connection with the Test cricket series between Pakistan and England.
A five-member delegation from the British Embassy visited various parts of the stadium and reviewed the security arrangements.
The delegation of the British Embassy discussed security with the officials present at the stadium.
It should be note that the three-match Test series between the two countries will begin from December 1 in Rawalpindi. While the remaining two matches will be play in Multan and Karachi.