Kalam: According to a recent report, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government, has designed a project for the establishment of a cricket ground of international standard in Kalam, which is a famous tourist destination in the District of Swat.
According to details revealed, the stadium will be established on 120 acres of already available land. The project will be completed with an estimated cost of Rs. 358 million in two years. Besides other facilities, the proposed stadium will have a capacity to accommodate 6,000 spectators.
A meeting to review progress on the proposed project was held with Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan in the chair wherein proposed the design of the stadium. The statement said the chief minister directed the concerned authorities for necessary steps to start work on the project. Secretary sports Abid Majeed and DG sports Asfandyar Khattak also attended the meeting.
The meeting was informed that a suitable piece of land measuring over 600 kanals was available in Kalam for construction of sports infrastructure of which only 120 acres were required for the cricket stadium.
Mahmood Khan directed the authorities to design projects for setting up a football ground and park on the access land.
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