ندایاسر کی ان سے زیادہ پیاری بہن کی شادی کی خوبصورت تصاویر سویرا پاشا اتنی پیاری ہونے کے باوجود شوبز انڈسٹری سے میلوں دور ہیں

Sawira Pasha, sister of Nida Yasir, got married last year. Wedding photos have driven everyone crazy.

After the comments of Alia and Sawira Pasha in the program, Sikandar Bakht said, “Those who have never caught the call of cricket, those who have never worn batting pads in their life, they will tell us what is footwork?”

Cricket, like many other sports around the world, is no longer dominated by men, and women are now seen making their mark on everything from cricket grounds to commentary boxes and on TV as analysts.

Many women commentators are even affiliated with the International Cricket Council. Take the example of Allison Mitchell, who comments for the ICC, but despite all this, whether it is former England captain Jeffrey Boycott or his Shahid Afridi, there are few players who acknowledge women’s sports abilities.

Something similar happened recently on a private Pakistani TV channel Geo Super when a discussion between a male and female analyst about the performance of two players of the Pakistani cricket team came to social media from the TV screen. ۔

In the program, sports journalist and analyst Alia Rashid praised Mohammad Rizwan and asked former Test cricketer Sikandar Bakht to “at least honestly comment” if you have been given a platform. They got angry and looked confused.

And it wasn’t until the issue cooled down that in yesterday’s program, he targeted Alia Rashid and analyst Sawira Pasha and uttered a few words that started a debate on the treatment and prejudice against women journalists in sports. Gone

After the comments of Alia and Sawira Pasha in the program, Sikandar Bakht said, “Those who have never caught the call of cricket, those who have never worn batting pads in their life, they will tell us what is footwork?”

Alia shared a clip of the program on social media and wrote, “I was told on Geo Super today that my technical talk on cricket is a ‘crime’ because I am not a Test cricketer.” What else should be talked about in the show? ‘

Following Alia’s tweet, the question is circulating on Pakistani social media as to who has the right to comment or analyze about cricket and whether women journalists and analysts associated with the sport still face discriminatory attitudes. Is? Or was Sikandar Bakht’s criticism just for analysts who can’t talk about the technical aspects of the game just because he’s not a former cricketer?

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