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Players lack facilities at Megazone Club: PTBF PDF Print E-mail
ISLAMABAD, Jun 19 (APP): Pakistan Tenpin Bowling Federation (PTBF) on Tuesday said the players lack facilities here at Megazone Club of F-9 Park as the bowling lanes over there are out of order since many days. A PTBF official told APP that the megazone club is charging Rs. 300  per game and its eight bowling lanes out of ten are out of order from the last many days.

“The Megazone club was made as a sign of Pak-China friendship and the owner of the club is based in china, the care taker of the club despite making several assurances to players never fulfill his promises,” the official said.
The official further said that the real owner of the club is kept in dark about the state of the affairs in the club and the caretaker gives him an okay report whenever he contacts him to know about the club’s situation.
“The club should be fixed as this creates a bad name to the country when foreigners visit here,” he said adding that the players pay Rs. 200 per game but the club administration pay no attention for the club’s maintenance.
The official appealed the Capital Development Administration (CDA) and the concerned authorities to take notice of this situation and so that the club administration can fix it for players and other visiting people there.
 

     

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