The Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium will be painted pink on Saturday

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The Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium will be painted pink on Saturday
The Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium will be painted pink on Saturday
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For Breast Cancer Awareness National T20 Cup Semi-Finals Attributed to Pink Day in Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), as a responsible body, has attributed the two semi-finals to Pink Ribbon Day at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi to raise awareness about breast cancer.

Breast Cancer Prevention Month is celebrated around the world every year in October as many campaigns run to produce Awareness about Breast Cancer.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer found in women worldwide.

According to the World Health Organization, about 1.38 million new cases of the disease occur each year, and about 4 lac Fifty-eight thousand dies.

On Saturday Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi will turn into pink, with all four semi-finalists of the National T20 Cup.

PCB staff, and broadcasters wearing pink ribbons to raise awareness about breast cancer.

On this day, all match officials will wear pink shirts while the wickets on the pitch will also turn pink. All the platforms of PCB Digital will also turn pink.

Chief executive OF PCB Wasim Khan said that there is a lot of talk in circles of cricketing.

About the National T20 Cup at the moment as the event will be telecast live on PTV Sports and PCB’s YouTube during the current state of the covid 19.

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So we’re taking advantage of this great time to attribute the National T20 Cup semi-finals to Pink Day for breast cancer awareness.

He also said that if this disease diagnosed in time, then the incidence of this disease is much higher.

In this regard, medical science has made great progress, and many precious lives can be saved through regular check-ups.

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