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IPL will not be broadcast in Afghanistan, Taliban said – its content is anti-Islam

The new Taliban law does not allow women to do this. That’s why Taliban has banned the broadcast of IPL. 

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IPL will not be broadcast in Afghanistan, Taliban said - its content is anti-Islam

Dubai September 20 (Cricket Galiyara) The second leg of IPL 2021 in the UAE has started from September 19. The first match was played between MI and CSK in which Chennai won. At the same time, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has opened the stadium doors for fans in the IPL Phase-2 in UAE with certain conditions. IPL is getting more exciting with 31 matches. While the whole world is enjoying IPL, the Afghan government has announced that IPL will not be telecast in Afghanistan. 

The reason is the new Taliban law. Afghans will not be able to enjoy the IPL being played in UAE. Taliban says IPL content is anti-Islamic Therefore, the IPL will not be telecast to the Taliban. They believe that cheerleaders dance with their hair open during matches and this is against Islamic culture. The new Taliban law does not allow women to do this. That’s why Taliban has banned the broadcast of IPL. 

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