- Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana says implementation of coronavirus security measures PCB’s duty.
- He spoke to Geo Information after the announcement of the indefinite postponement of the occasion.
- Rana says his crew had already requested the cricket board to not maintain the occasion through the ongoing coronavirus scenario.
KARACHI: The implementation of coronavirus security measures throughout Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL) was Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB)’s duty, mentioned Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana Thursday.
He mentioned that the franchises don’t have any position to play within the mismanagement that result in the postponement of the sixth version of PSL.
The Qalandars CEO spoke to Geo Information after the announcement of the indefinite postponement.
Learn extra: PSL 2021 postponed attributable to COVID-19
Rana mentioned his crew had already requested the cricket board to not maintain the occasion through the ongoing coronavirus scenario. Nevertheless, the occasion was organised in session with different franchises.
He added that the PCB did not implement the bio-secure bubble and the proprietor of one other franchise was additionally pardoned for violating security precautions.
The Qalandars official mentioned PCB shouldn’t have made a bio-secure bubble on paper solely. They need to have ensured its implementation contained in the lodge room too, he mentioned.
Rana mentioned PCB ought to have imposed fines on gamers or officers violating coronavirus SOPs to make sure the implementation of guidelines.