Australia To Cancel Afghanistan Test If Taliban Bans Women Cricket

They have started showing their true colors as soon as the Taliban government is formed in Afghanistan. Before the formation of the government, the Taliban had said that women will be given their due here. At the same time, after the formation of the government, the Taliban has taken a big decision regarding women’s cricket. The Taliban have clearly stated that women are not allowed to play cricket in Afghanistan. Not only this, women will not be allowed to play any other sport in Afghanistan. People were already fearing that women’s freedom would be snatched away under the Taliban rule and this is happening. Afghanistan’s men’s cricket team will also have to bear the brunt of this.

Impact on men’s cricket team
The Taliban’s decision to ban women’s cricket in Afghanistan will also affect the men’s cricket team. Afghanistan’s men’s cricket team will have to pay the price for this decision of the Taliban. Cricket Australia has made it clear that the Test match in Hobart will be canceled if the news of the ban on women is true.

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Test match to be played in Hobart
The Afghanistan men’s cricket team is to play a Test match in Hobart from November 27 this year. This match was to be held in Hobart last year but due to travel restrictions due to Corona, this match could not be held last year. This will be Afghanistan’s first match in Australia. Cricket Australia said in its statement that ‘Our vision for cricket is that it is a sport for all and we support the sport for women at all levels’. The accompanying statement also said that if women’s cricket was not supported in Afghanistan, Cricket Australia would have no choice but to not host Afghanistan for the proposed Test match to be played in Hobart.

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Taliban gave this argument on banning women’s cricket
Talking about the ban on women playing cricket, Ahmadullah Wasik, deputy head of the Taliban Cultural Commission, said in an interview that he does not think that women will be allowed to play cricket because it is not necessary that women play cricket. He says that the face and body of women will not be covered while playing cricket. Islam does not allow women to be seen this way. They say that Islam does not allow women to play the kind of games where their veils are removed.


Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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