New Delhi: These days, the dreaded terrorist organization Taliban in Afghanistan has captured the entire country. Every day news of the evil acts of Talibanis comes to the fore from this country. But now the eyes of the Taliban have fallen on the cricket board of Afghanistan. Surprisingly, recently, Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) CEO Hamid Shinwari had made it clear that the Taliban love cricket and they will not harm the game, but now a photo has raised many questions. Huh.
Cricket is now threatened by Taliban
In fact, recently Ibrahim Momand, a former media manager and journalist of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, shared a photo on Twitter. In this photo Taliban armed with guns are seen in a hall. Let us tell you that this hall is the headquarters of the Afghanistan Cricket Board itself. While sharing this photo, Ibrahim Momand himself has given this information to the people.
This cricketer was seen together
Another surprising thing was seen in this photo. In fact, former Afghanistan cricketer Abdullah Mazari was also present in this photo with the Taliban. Mazhari, who made his debut for Afghanistan in 2010, has played 2 international one-day matches. Apart from this, Mazhari has also played 21 First Class, 16 List A and 13 T20 matches.
— M.ibrahim Momand (@IbrahimReporter) August 19, 2021
Will Afghan players play in IPL?
Seeing the kind of situation in Afghanistan at the moment, the only question that comes to the mind of every cricket fan is whether the players of Afghanistan will be able to play in the second leg of IPL this year? On this question, a BCCI source said that it is too early to react, but we are watching. It is expected that Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi and other players can also take part in the IPL.