ICC to review security for CT2017 after Manchester attack

LONDON: The ICC has determined to review security measures for the Champions Trophy 2017 when the deadly attack in Manchester yesterday.

ICC authorities can currently review security arrangements for coming cricket events scheduled in England next month, together with Champions Trophy and Woman’s tournament.

The move was declared right when the attack during a statement by ICC that aforementioned it’ll assess its security in line with the threat levels.

“Our thoughts  are with everybody stricken by the horrific attack in Manchester. The ICC and ECB place safety and security at the ICC Champions Trophy and ICC Women’s tournament this summer because the highest priority.

“We treat recommendation from our Tournament Security board of directors – in conjunction with the ECB and relevant authorities – to confirm that we’ve got a sturdy safety and security set up for each tournaments. we’ll still work with authorities over the approaching hours and days and review our security in line with the threat levels,” the statement scan.

“The security state of affairs has been greatly front and centre of our preparations and that we perpetually review our procedures to ensure they’re as effective as attainable to stay everybody safe,” the ICC statement further, as quoted by PakistanToday.

The ICC Champions Trophy matches are compete in England and Wales from June 1-18. London, Birmingham and capital ar the 3 venues wherever most of the action can happen.

At least twenty two individuals, together with some kids, were killed and fifty nine wounded once a terrorist smitten as thousands of fans streamed out of a concert by USA singer urban center Grande in Manchester late Monday night.