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Bismah Maroof is the captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket team. She gave birth to her daughter a few months back after which she returned to cricket.
Pakistani female cricketer (Pakistani Women’s Cricket Team) Bismah Maroof was in discussion in the World Cup held in New Zealand this year. She had come to play the World Cup with her six-month-old daughter. His daughter was seen in the stadium during every match. the fans Maroof (Bismah Maroof) She was given the tag of a super mom. However, Bismah Maroof is now in trouble. She takes her daughter with her everywhere but the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham (Commonwealth Games) I might have to go without a daughter or stay away from her during the games. The PCB’s efforts also did not help.
This year the Commonwealth Games are going to be organized in Birmingham, these games will be organized from 25 July to 8 August. However, if reports are to be believed, Maroof’s daughter and her mother have not been allowed to stay in the village during the games. Maroof had recently reached New Zealand to play the World Cup with her mother and daughter. According to the rules of the Pakistan Cricket Board, any female player can keep her child as well as a person who takes care of the child. The player and the board bear the cost of this together. Maroof thanked the PCB for their support.
Commonwealth Federation did not give accreditation
If reports are to be believed, the PCB had asked the Commonwealth Games Federation to give two additional affiliations. In response, the federation asked the PCB to reduce two people from its team so that two additional aggregations could be given. However, the PCB refused to remove the name of any player and official. He said that he is not in a position where he cannot remove any player or official from the 22-player squad.
Maroof recently said that it is only because of the PCB’s support that she is able to balance her personal life and work. He had said, ‘There was a time when I felt that I would have to leave cricket. However, the PCB decided not to do so and came up with a maternity policy, which made things easier.
Maroof will remain the captain of Pakistan
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday re-appointed senior women’s team player Bismah Maroof as the captain of the team. She will remain the captain of the women’s team from 2022 to 2023. Under his leadership, Pakistan’s team could not perform much in the Women’s T20 World Cup played in New Zealand. In round robin matches, Pakistan team could win only one match in 7 matches.