Bismah Maroof and her daughter’s photos with the Workforce India was viral through the 2022 Girls’s World Cup.© Twitter
Pakistan ladies’s cricket staff captain‘s toddler daughter, Fatima, was denied accreditation for accessing the Commonwealth Video games village in Birmingham. Maroof was beforehand deliberating over her participation within the CWG, which can be held from July 25 to August 8 in Birmingham. However as per ESPNCricinfo, she’s going to journey for the video games, along with her daughter and mom, who will deal with Fatima, staying at a resort outdoors the village.
It has been learnt that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had requested the CWG Federation for 2 further lodging for Maroof’s mom and daughter within the village. Federation responded by asking PCB to take away two personnel from their 22-member travelling contingent, together with officers. To this, PCB acknowledged that it was in no place to omit any gamers and officers from their touring celebration.
Maroof had lately travelled to New Zealand through the 2022 Girls’s World Cup along with her daughter and mom. As per PCB’s maternity coverage, a mom is allowed “to journey with a assist particular person of her alternative to help in caring for her toddler baby”, with journey and lodging prices shared equally between the board and the participant.
“I wish to thank the Pakistan Cricket Board for its immense assist all through my profession and particularly in serving to me strike the best work-life stability after the delivery of Fatima,” Maroof earlier stated.
“There was a time once I contemplated giving up on my ardour of enjoying cricket, however the PCB ensured it by no means got here to that with the introduction of the maternity coverage, which has made the sport as inclusive as it may be for the ladies in our nation. I additionally wish to thank my household and particularly my husband, Abrar, who has been a terrific assist all through my profession and has offered me encouragement to proceed to play for Pakistan.”
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