Lahore High Court withdraws letter seeking ‘VVIP passes’ for judges
Chief Justice’s intervention has resulted in the Lahore High Court’s prohibition of the free passes for PSL. According to our news department, the Judges of Lahore High Court wrote the letter PSL 8 passes and provided 30 VIP passes for the inauguration ceremony of PSL 8.
Accordingly, Chief Justice’s intervention prompted the Registrar Lahore High Court to retrieve the free passes for PSL. It is believed that the Registrar Lahore High Court wrote the line for PSL passes and VIP boxes and provided 30 VIP passes for the inauguration ceremony of PSL 8 and for their families. The Registrar Lahore High Court also directed to continue providing 25 VIP passes for each PSL match playing in Multan.
The Registrar of Lahore High Court directed both the Chairman Box and the Red Wickets Stickers to be ongoing.
It was made clear that last month, Najam Sethi had written in a Twitter message that from next month, no free tickets or passes for the PSL matches should be distributed. The public accounts committee has warned that the practice of providing free passes will be ended. They wrote that for PSL, no player, coach, or any other representative should request or receive any benefit for any befriended individual. The Pakistan Cricket Board is a professional organization, and we cannot tolerate such things.