Sindh Allots Rs. 100 Million To The Thar Jeep Rally & Rs. 4.6 Billion To The Overall Sports Budget
June 15, 2022 / By Zunair Tahir / Pakistan News
In the provincial Budget presented on Monday, the Sindh government allotted Rs 4.6 billion for the sports sector in the fiscal year 2022-2023, with Rs422.5 million made aside for the rebuilding of Abdul Sattar Edhi Hockey Stadium.
In the provincial fiscal budget for 2022-23, the Sindh government has set out Rs. 4.6 billion for sports projects. Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister, presented the budget to the provincial parliament.
Various sports development projects across Sindh have been granted Rs. 4.6 billion out of the overall projected budget of Rs. 1.71 trillion, according to data.
The Abdul Sattar Edhi International Hockey Stadium in Karachi will be renovated for Rs 422.5 million. The stadium’s reconstruction will involve the addition of state-of-the-art indoor gymnasiums and swimming pools, as well as the upgrading of the locker rooms, according to the initial proposal.
The Sindh government has also planned to invest Rs. 100 million on the Thar Jeep Rally and Rs. 150 million in the Sindh Games. In addition, additional Rs. 300 million has been allocated to the province’s numerous athletic activities.
Karachi receives the lion’s share of the new fiscal budget’s athletic development initiatives. The city’s projects include the development of a new athletics track and a football field.
New sports complexes will be built in the Gulberg, Baldia Town, Orangi Town, New Karachi, and Landhi neighborhoods of Karachi, and new football turfs will be put on a number of football grounds around the city.
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