Governor, Ministers give cold shoulders to blind cricket team, Chairman Blind Cricket Council
First Int'l Women Blind T20-Cricket Series to begin on Jan. 29
By Azhar ul Haq Wahid
The blind women cricket team has lamented the incumbent governor and ministers as non of them participated in international cricket event despite timely invitations were sent to them.
“It is very unfortunate the ministers and governor have no time for the encouragement of blind cricket team .we has invited to governor, Chief Minister, ministers but nobody came in international event. we are thankful to Nepal team for the participation in first First international women blind cricket series; Pakistan male blind cricket team is top among the cricket teams of the world.
These views were expressed by Chairman Blind Cricket council Syed Sultan Shah at the inaugural cermoney of First international women blind cricket series at Lahore .
The Interloop first International Women Blind T20-Cricket Series between Pakistan and Nepal is going to start from January 29 in Lahore. A 22-member team of Nepal Women Blind Cricket will arrive in Lahore via Wagha Board on January 27 to play five matches of the series, according to a communique issued here on Friday.
The inauguration ceremony of the event will be held at 11a.m. at Al-Hamra Hall in Lahore. The first match of the series will be played in Kinnaird College of Women University Lahore.
The second match of the series will be played on January 31 at Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad, Third on February at Divisional Public School Ground Faisalabad whereas fourth and sixth matches will be held on February 3 and 4 respectively at Shalimar Cricket Stadium, Islamabad.
Syed Sultan Shah said that the so called change is not fair with blind cricket team because former rolling party at least join the blind cricket for the encouragement.