Life will remain normal in Lahore on day of PSL final, says Rana Sanaullah

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Lahore: Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah on Thursday said life would continue as usual in Lahore on the day of the Pakistan Super League final match.

Addressing a press conference, Law mintier said that no roads will be blocked in the city nor curfew will be imposed on March 5.

Sanaullah said, just restaurants inside the stadium will be closed; all other offices will remain open.

Sana further told media that free shuttle service will be provided to public, which will take them from parking to stadium. He informed that metro timings will also be extended for the day to enable its provision to public after the match end.

He said, the whole nation has welcomed the plan to host PSL final in Lahore; he added, “the nation is united against terrorism.”

Sana also criticized political rivals and others who raised objection over the decision of playing PSL final in Lahore.

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