Someone has rightly said, Nature cannot be changed, the Kind of nurture produce the kind of nature and the Taliban has proved that they cannot be changed, their actions would remain the same as they were and still at present, they are repeating the same things.
The Taliban has warned the Afghanistan media outlets to not broadcast the UAE leg of Indian Cricket League (IPL) 2021 due to the presence of female audiences and spectators in stadiums.
Ridiculous: Taliban have banned the broadcasting of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in Afghanistan.
Taliban have warned that Afghan media outlets should not broadcast the Indian Cricket League due to girls dancing and the presence of the female audience and spectators in stadiums,” Afghanistan journalist, Fawad Aman said.
The UAE leg of IPL 2021 is underway and two matches have been played between Chennai Super Kings and Mumbai Indians and Kolkata Knight Riders and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Punjab Kings (PBKS) will take on Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the third game of the second phase on September 21.
The knockout stage of IPL 2021 is scheduled to begin on October 10 with the final slated to be held on October 15.
The Taliban banned most forms of entertainment — including many sports and women have been completely banned from playing sport.
Even though the hardline Islamists have shown they do not mind men playing cricket, pulling together a match in the capital Kabul shortly after foreign forces withdrew.
Cricket Australia had earlier issued a statement, saying if the recent media allegations against the Taliban-led Islamist government in Afghanistan that it will not support women’s cricket were proved to be true then Cricket Australia will not host the Afghanistan men’s team for the proposed Test match in Hobart.
Keeping in view that the things have been cleared with the passage of time, as the International media was saying that Taliban nature would not be changed and the same things has been happened. They have already banned the sport in the country, and especially the women.