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National Games has a lot of trouble with power outages.

Saturday, Geo News claimed that players in the much-anticipated 34th National Games, which will be held in Quetta, have been complaining about the lack of power.

The official start of the biennial event, which includes 32 sports, will be on May 22, but the men’s and women’s football games will begin today.

“The power is out for many hours during the day,” said one of the players. We have also told the event organizers about this problem, but so far nothing has changed.

Players say that frequent power outages are making it hard for them to play at their best, especially since it’s been so hot.

The football game
On Friday, managers met and drew numbers in the city of Balochistan. In the men’s competition, ten teams will try to win the title. The teams are in three different groups.

The winners of each group and the best runners-up will move on to the semi-finals, which will be held on May 19 at the Ayub Stadium.

On May 21, the last and third-place game will be played. In Group A, the teams that were last year’s winners—WAPDA, Army, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa—have been changed. Group B is made up of the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Balochistan, and the Navy. Group C is made up of the PAF, the Police, Sindh, and Punjab.

Sindh was dropped from the list by the Sindh Olympic Association (SOA), but they were able to get back on it late. The Sindh government sent its men’s football team because there was a big protest from people who cared about football.

Sindh has a lot of young football players, and its men’s team can give the other teams in the event a real run for their money. On Saturday (today), the Army will play KP at 2:00 p.m., and HEC will play Balochistan at 4:00 p.m.

In the women’s event, there are only five teams: Army, WAPDA, HEC, Police, and the country that is hosting the event, Balochistan. This game will be played in a single league, and the winner will be the team with the most points at the end.