In preparation for the second leg of the Pakistan Super League’s seventh edition, the Punjab government has shortened school and college hours in Lahore (PSL).
All public and private schools and institutions surrounding Gaddafi Stadium and along its route will close at 1 p.m., according to details. Following the final, normal timings will be reestablished.
The decision was made to help the students since the City Traffic Police (CTP) of Lahore has created a detailed traffic plan to ensure that PSL teams can get to and from the stadium smoothly.
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Diversions will be in place around the stadium until the end of the event. During the movement, Mall Road, Ferozepur Road, Jail Road, and Gulberg Main Boulevard will be closed for 6 to 13 minutes, while Ichhra Bridge to Kalma Bridge and Davis Chowk to Cantt Gate will be closed.
The PSL’s Lahore leg kicks off tomorrow, with the reigning champions Multan Sultans facing Peshawar Zalmi, the PSL 2017 winners and three-time finalists.
PSL 2022’s Karachi leg ended on February 7th. Multan Sultans are unbeaten and presently sit atop the PSL points table after winning all five of their matches.