PV Sports Desk : The West Indies team is coming to Chittagong on Saturday (January 23) to play in the Chittagong phase of the Bangladesh-West Indies series.
A security drill was held in the area from Radisson Blu-Bay View to Sagarika Junction in the city on Friday (January 22nd) morning to ensure the safety of the players.
The RAB-Police exercise symbolically illustrates how to deal with any untoward incidents on the way from the hotel to the stadium and how to get their vehicles safely to the stadium.
The last and third ODI of the series will be played on January 25 at Zahur Ahmad Chowdhury Stadium. The visiting West Indies will then play a three-day warm-up match at the MA Aziz Stadium. The first Test of the series will start on February 3 in Chittagong. Which is supposed to end on February 8.
Chittagong Metropolitan Police (CMP) Commissioner Saleh Mohammad Tanvir said, “We are working on two challenges. Select one Covid and the other. All in all, I have arranged security measures. I hope I can complete it successfully. In addition to venue-based security, there will be security around the teams. Members of the police, RAB and other agencies will also work.