Pakistan won the second ODI by six wickets and won the series as well © AFP
Pakistan won the second ODI by six wickets and won the series as well © AFP

Lahore Police issue a letter to the Zimbabwe Cricket authorities assuring their safety for the reminder of the series following a blast outside the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore during the second One-Day International (ODI) between Pakistan and Zimbabwe. The police authorities have also met with the Zimbabwe’s representatives and have given them confidence. READ: PCB unhappy with Information Minister’s comments on foiled suicide bomb attack near

Zimbabwe Cricket's Press Release Photo Courtesy: Abdullah Sohail
Zimbabwe Cricket’s Press Release Photo Courtesy: Abdullah Sohail

The police chief says that the remains from the blasts have been sent to forensics and the cause for the same will only be determined after the reports show up. The letter also went on to state that the safety protocol was not breached and the blast occurred outside their zone. The Police Chief was said to be accompanied by Lahore Commissioner Abdulam Sunbul as well. READ: Zim to continue Pak tour despite terror attack outside Gadaffi Stadium during 2nd ODI

The tour comes to an end on Sunday, with the third ODI scheduled to be played again at the Gaddafi Stadium. Zimbabwe are the first team to tour Pakistan in over six years.