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Taliban ban IPL in Afghanistan

Taliban bans IPL in Afghanistan

The Taliban, who have overpowered Afghanistan’s government, will not allow broadcasting the Indian Premier League (IPL) on the nation’s television national channels.

According to reliable reports, the event is banned following Anti-Islamic content going on in the world’s cash richest league. Taliban, who have implied Islamic laws all across the nation, will not bear content against Islamic and Sharia Laws.

Earlier, it was heard that they will not allow Afghanistan’s women’s national team, to play cricket anymore as women exposure by any means is Haram in Islam.

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A tweet from the former media manager of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) reads,

Afghanistan national TV will not broadcast the @IPL as usual as it was reportedly banned to live the matches resumed tonight due to possible anti-Islam contents, girls dancing & the attendance of barred hair women in the stadiums by the Islamic Emirates of the Taliban. #CSKvMI

Notably, the event has resumed in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) being in its second leg as it was called off amidst the COVID outbreak in India in its first leg earlier this year.

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