Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Mohsin Naqvi on Wednesday visited Lahore‘s Gaddafi Stadium to assess the advancement on the ongoing development before the forthcoming Champions Trophy 2025.
The PCB chairman was accompanied by the director of international cricket and general manager of infrastructure.
The chairman emphasized the necessity for workers to operate around the clock to ensure the completion of this extensive project ahead of schedule.
“Only through 24/7 work can this extensive project be finalized on time,” Naqvi stated.

چئیرمین پاکستان کرکٹ بورڈ محسن نقوی کا قذافی سٹیڈیم کا دورہ
چئیرمین پی سی بی محسن نقوی نے سٹیڈیم کی اپ گریڈیشن کے لئے جاری کاموں کا جائزہ لیا
چئیرمین پی سی بی محسن نقوی کا رات گئے کام بند ہونے پر ناراضگی کا اظہار
چئیرمین پی سی بی محسن نقوی کا 24 گھنٹے کام کرنے کا حکم
24/7… pic.twitter.com/jyzcFUdcfg
— PCB Media (@TheRealPCBMedia) June 12, 2024

During the review, Naqvi also addressed significant issues, particularly highlighting drainage implementation to prevent water logging caused by pipe bursts beneath the stadium’s primary structure.
Additionally, he called for using extra resources to speed up the stadium’s enhancements.
The Champions Trophy is planned to be held from February to March next year in Pakistan at three separate locations.
The teams finalized for the Champions Trophy 2025 include Pakistan (hosts), India, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, England, and Bangladesh.

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