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IPL 2021: Afghanistan national Radio Television will not broadcast

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The anti-Islamic reason likely to not air IPL 2021 in Afghanistan

The IPL 2021 will not telecast in Afghanistan-

The UAE leg of the IPL 2021 will not be telecast in Afghanistan, as has been the case in the past, due to possible ‘anti-Islam contents’ that could be aired during the programming. Afghanistan, now under the control of the Taliban. The regime has banned most forms of entertainment — including many sports.

Unfortunately, the Afghanistan cricket fans were unable to watch the action. Because the broadcasting of the second leg has been forbidden in the country under the new rule of the Taliban.

Restrictions on women-

Women are strictly forbidden to participate in any sport. Former Afghanistan Cricket Board media manager and journalist, M Ibrahim Momand, sent out a tweet stating that due to possible anti-Islam content. Girls dancing & the attendance of barred hair women in the Islamic Emirates of the Taliban.

The Afghanistan men’s team is also scheduled to play the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates and Oman from October 17 to November 14. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) last week urged Australia not to penalize its men’s team, saying it is “powerless to change the culture and religious environment of Afghanistan”. ACB president Azizullah Fazli later told SBS Radio Pashto that he still expected women to be able to play. He said that all 25 women’s teams had opted to stay in Afghanistan. Although a BBC report earlier this month suggested the members were in hiding.

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