- Former ACB media supervisor Muhammad Ibrahim Momand breaks the information on Twitter.
- The restriction reportedly been imposed because of the transmission of ‘anti-Islamic’ content material.
- Afghan sports activities TV channel already paid for transmission of the IPL.
The Taliban, after forming an interim authorities in Afghanistan, have reportedly banned the printed of the Indian Premier League (IPL) on the nationwide tv of the nation, reported India.com Monday.
The previous media supervisor of Afghanistan Cricket Board Muhammad Ibrahim Momand took it to Twitter Monday to announce the information.
In accordance with Momand’s publish, the restriction has reportedly been imposed because of the transmission of “anti-Islamic” content material throughout IPL matches, together with the looks of dancing cheerleaders and the presence of bareheaded ladies within the stadiums.
“Afghanistan nationwide TV is not going to broadcast the @IPL as typical because it was reportedly banned to [broadcast] reside matches resumed tonight resulting from doable anti-Islam content material, ladies dancing & the attendance of [bearheaded] ladies within the stadium by Islamic Emirates of the Taliban,” wrote.
Furthermore, an Afghan journalist, Anees Ur Rehman, additionally Tweeted that the Afghan sports activities TV channel has already paid for the transmission of the game occasion.
“Taliban ban on @IPL cricket matches on the Afghanistan Nationwide Tv. RTA sport already paid the transmission charges,” mentioned the publish.
Nevertheless, the Taliban haven’t issued an official assertion on this regard.
Many worldwide gamers are collaborating within the IPL season 14, at present happening within the United Arab Emirates.