Officials review security arrangements for Pak-Aus cricket series.

RAWALPINDI -- Inspector General of Police (IGP) Punjab Rao Sardar Ali Khan and Chief Secretary Kamran Ali Afzal Wednesday visited Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium to review security arrangements made for Pak-Australia cricket series where a high-level meeting was held to take stock of the measures.

On the occasion, the RPO and CPO Rawalpindi briefed the IG Punjab and Chief Secretary on the security arrangements, said a news release.

The IG Punjab issued important directives for ensuring peaceful conduct of cricket matches during the series.

"The security of cricket fans should be taken into consideration along with the players and match officials," IGP Rao Sardar Ali Khan added.

He also directed the Police officials that an effective traffic management plan should be formulated for the convenience of the citizens and uninterrupted flow of traffic during the...

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