Mumtaz leaves KPL due to ‘unavailability of room’: reports
Commentator and former women’s captain Urooj Mumtaz left Muzaffarabad has reportedly left the Kashmir Premier League (KPL) due to unavailability of rooms.
Mumtaz was set to become a part of the commentary panel during the inaugural edition of the competition and landed in Muzaffarabad on Monday.
However, as per sources, she left the city after waiting for hours to get a room.
It was also reported that she arrived with her husband and kids and was left frustrated with the development.
Earlier on Tuesday, a senior sports journalist who is currently present in Muzaffarabad to cover the event, tweeted that the 35-year-old left the event after ‘demanding’ an executive suite in a 5 Star hotel.
The first edition of the KPL is being currently underway in the capital of Azad Kashmir where the final is set to be organised on August 17.
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