"T-10 premier league would be held in Gwadar", Nadeem Omar
Owner of Quetta Gladiators Nadeem Omar presenting shirt with name title of Chief Minister Balochistan to Jam Kamal Khan: Photo provided by DGPR

Balochistan sports department and Quetta Gladiators sign MoU

Sports Desk :

Balochistan Sports Department and Quetta Gladiators have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to boost sports activities across the province. Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan, owner of Quetta Gladiators, Nadeem Omar witnessed the MoU signing at CM Secretariat on Friday. Imran Gichki, the Secretary of Sports Balochistan signed the MoU on the parts of the government of Balochistan.

Speaking on the occasion, CM Jam Kamal Khan informed that the government has decided to construct 33 sports complexes. “This will promote sports activities across Balochistan”, he said.

The owner of Quetta Gladiators, Nadeem Omar also presented a shirt with the name title of the CM Balochistan and a bat with signatures of cricket players.

Government constructing 4 sports complex in Quetta: Jam KamalĀ 

Jam Kamal stated that the government was constructing four sports complexes in Quetta to provide better sports facilities to players of Balochistan. He mentioned government has planned to establish a cricket academy in Quetta. “We are constructing two stadiums in Gwadar”, Jam Kamal informed.

“T-10 premier league would be held in Gwadar“, Nadeem Omar

“T-10 premier league would be held in Gwadar“, Nadeem Omar, the owner of Quetta Gladiator announced. He said national and international cricket players would participate in the T-10 premier league in Gwadar.

Provincial ministers including Mir Arif Jan Muhammad Hassani, Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, Mir Saleem Ahmed Khoso, Mir Ziaullah Langove and other high ups were also present on the occasion.

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