Rajasthan: Entry of ‘Taliban’ in Cricket Tournament

At the same time, the village where the tournament was going to be held, that village has a high minority population.
Rajasthan: Entry of ‘Taliban’ in Cricket Tournament
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India may be against the radical attitude of the Taliban and condemn the violence it has spread in Afghanistan, but many of its supporters come to the fore in India. Some Muslim leaders have already given statements in support of the Taliban. Now an incident has also come to light from Jaisalmer in Rajasthan, which has created a ruckus. Actually, a team was entered in a cricket tournament being held in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. This team named itself Taliban. As soon as people came to know about this, there was a ruckus and there was a demand to get the team out.

The cricket tournament is organized from August 22

According to the information received, a cricket tournament is being organized from August 22 in memory of Alauddin Khan in Jaisurana village of Jaisalmer. 10 teams are playing in this tournament, but when the talk of a team named Taliban came to light, the organizers showed it the way out and refused the team to participate.

Image Credit: The Times of India
Image Credit: The Times of India

Online entry

The committee that organizes the cricket tournament says that whatever team is playing here. Their entry has been done through the online app. We were not aware earlier that there is a team named Taliban. The team was thrown out as soon as it came to know about it. The committee says that there is no place for people with radical thinking.

The district is very sensitive

Jaisalmer is still very sensitive as it is located some distance away from the India-Pakistan border. There is security here at all times. At the same time, the village where the tournament was going to be held, that village has a high minority population.

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