Pakistan Women’s T20 Tournament is in full swing, with exciting cricket action between six teams. However, the tournament came under fire over an ugly incident last week.

The initial news came out last week that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) banned three women cricket players over their involvement in a physical altercation.

However, the truth came out later, reflecting the fact that two players – Sadaf Shams and Yusra Amir physically assaulted Ayesha Bilal, leaving her with a bloodied nose.

Ayesha Bilal kept her lips tight for two days before ultimately lodging a complaint against her teammates, prompting the PCB’s intervention. Following her complaint, the PCB took swift action, temporarily banning all three women cricket players from participating in the tournament.

Moreover, Women’s Wing Chairperson Tania Malik intervened promptly, acknowledging the seriousness of the matter and initiating steps towards reconciliation. PCB then released a video on social media, indicating the end of the dispute between the players.

The video showed national team captain Nida Dar engaging in candid cricket talks with the involved players – Sadaf Shams, Yusra Amir, and Ayesha Bilal.

The details and the reason for the dispute between Pakistan women players have not come out yet, leaving fans wondering what led to this gruesome encounter.

Although, sources reveal that the PCB has obtained detailed accounts of the dispute with the help of statements provided by the team manager and fellow cricketers but they have not publicized them.

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