Former Pakistan captain said, 'keep telling feminist thinking whatsoever
Afridi bans daughter's cricket for social and religious reasons
Islamabad. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi does not want to allow his daughters to play cricket or any outdoor games. Shahid said that if daughters want to take part in indoor sports, then they are free. The former all-rounder also made it clear that the reason for his decision was social and religious. It is mentioned in Shahid's autobiography 'Game changer'. Because of autobiography, Afridi is on the target of many former cricketers.
Afridi has four daughters. Ansa, Azwa, Amara and Aksha. He told some things about family in autobiography Shahid wrote, "Advocates of feminist thinking can say whatever I want about my decision. But I can not allow my daughters to play outdoor games or play cricket. They can play Indoor Sports if they want. "
Daughters are good in sports
Shahid told that his daughters are very good in terms of sports. Azba and Amara are just small and they like to play. But cricket can not only play indoor sports. Not only that they can not be part of any public sport competition.