The Taliban has banned the published of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in Afghanistan over the presence of feminine viewers and spectators in stadiums.
IPL 2021: Taliban bans broadcast in Afghanistan on account of feminine viewers (Courtesy by BCCI)
- Taliban has banned the published of IPL 2021 broadcast in Afghanistan
- Taliban banned IPL broadcast over presence of feminine spectators in stadiums
- The second section of IPL 2021 is underway within the United Arab Emirates (UAE)
The Taliban has warned the Afghanistan media shops to not broadcast the UAE leg of Indian Cricket League (IPL) 2021 because of the presence of feminine audiences and spectators in stadiums.
“Ridiculous: Taliban have banned the broadcasting of Indian Premier League (IPL) in Afghanistan. Taliban have warned that Afghan media shops shouldn’t broadcast the Indian Cricket League on account of women dancing and the presence of the feminine viewers and spectators in stadiums,” Afghanistan journalist, Fawad Aman, mentioned in a tweet.
Ridiculous: Taliban have banned the broadcasting of Indian Premier League (IPL) in Afghanistan.
Taliban have warned that Afghan media shops shouldn’t broadcast the Indian Cricket League on account of women dancing and the presence of feminine viewers and spectators in stadiums.
— Fawad Aman (@FawadAman2) September 21, 2021
The UAE leg of IPL 2021 is underway and two matches have been performed between Chennai Tremendous Kings and Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore. Punjab Kings (PBKS) will tackle Rajasthan Royals (RR) within the third recreation of the second section on September 21. The knockout stage of IPL 2021 is scheduled to start on October 10 with the ultimate slated to be held on October 15.
Notably, the Taliban banned most types of leisure — together with many sports activities and girls have been fully banned from enjoying sport. Though the hardline Islamists have proven they don’t thoughts males enjoying cricket, pulling collectively a match within the capital Kabul shortly after international forces withdrew.
Cricket Australia had earlier issued a press release, saying if the latest media allegations towards the Taliban-led Islamist authorities in Afghanistan that it’ll not help girls’s cricket had been proved to be true then Cricket Australia is not going to host the Afghanistan males’s staff for the proposed Take a look at match in Hobart.
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