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Ban on broadcast of IPL in Afghanistan, ban on all sports channels


Be it issues related to women or men’s hair and beard cutting or ban on media institutions. Apart from this, the Taliban has also started crossing the limits of its cruelty. He is being criticized and condemned all over the world for his actions.

New Delhi.

It has been almost two months since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the Taliban has ignored all the claims and promises made before the formation of the government.

Be it issues related to women or men’s hair and beard cutting or ban on media institutions. Apart from this, the Taliban has also started crossing the limits of its cruelty. Due to his actions, he is being criticized and condemned all over the world.

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Afghanistan’s only sports channel, which is facing sanctions imposed on all things by the Taliban, has also now closed. The media report said that apart from Taliban sanctions, the economic condition of Afghanistan is also a major reason for the closure of the channel. The channel’s head Shafiqullah Salim Poya said that the main reason for the channel to stop broadcasting is the ban imposed on the media, especially 3-sports channel. Media is facing problems on social, economic and political fronts.

Payo said that Afghan journalists are facing many difficulties in the line of their duties. It is noteworthy that a few weeks ago, about 150 media houses in Afghanistan have been closed. The main reason for this was the economic and political crisis.

After the terrorist organization Taliban took over Afghanistan, the process of taking ul Julul decisions is going on. His decisions are also having an impact on sports. It is already against participation in women’s games and has now banned the broadcast of the Indian Premier League in Afghanistan due to the presence of female spectators in stadiums.

The Taliban said that anti-Islamic content is displayed in the IPL, so it is banned. He only objected to the entry of female spectators in the stadiums. Recently, the Taliban announced 11 rules for journalist organizations while imposing some more restrictions on the freedom of the media in Afghanistan. Publication of any material against Islam is prohibited under these rules. Publication of derogatory material against national figures has also been banned. Journalists have been asked to report their reports to the government media office.

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Not only this, changes have also been made in the content shown on private TV channels by the Taliban. Important news bulletins, political debates, entertainment and concerts and foreign dramas have been replaced by programs tailored to the Taliban government. Meanwhile, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) called on the Taliban to immediately stop detaining journalists in Afghanistan and allow the media to operate freely without fear of retaliation.

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