KATHMANDU, June 11: With just three days to go for the FIFA World Cup to start, the District Administration Office (DAO), Kathmandu on Monday issued a notice directing business firms, organizations, clubs and individuals to strictly follow rules while exhibiting football matches.
According to the disciplinary circulation issued today, those who are organizing football matches show should exhibit on their own premises without taking entry fees.
The wins and losses of the match should not be treated as a gambling or the organizers should make sure that no stakes are involved in the matches.
In case of private business and institutes, they have to mandatorily install CCTV and arrange security during the show.
Similarly, the organizers should maintain law and order and are not allowed to disturb peace and traffic in the neighborhood.
The organizers should themselves be accountable for any kinds of untoward incidents if happed any and the losses of public and private properties incurred during the show.
Likewise, the organizers should coordinate with the local security agencies for peace and security.
The FIFA World Cup is taking place from Thursday evening (according to Nepal Standard Time).