‘Go home, you are a woman’, Afghan news anchor talks about life after Taliban takeover
‘Go home, you are a woman’, Afghan news anchor tells Taliban the difference between words and deeds  |  Photo Credits: Twitter
Kabul : After the occupation of Afghanistan, Taliban spokespersons have been claiming that their current regime will be different from their previous regime of 1996-2001, in that women will also have freedom of education and work and that strict rules will not be imposed on those who It was here during the first rule of the Taliban. But people are finding it difficult to believe these claims of Taliban. Now a female news anchor has told that what is the difference between the words and deeds of Taliban.
A news anchor working in Kabul for Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA) has described how when she reached the office, Taliban fighters asked her to leave the house saying that she was a woman. He even showed his I-card, but the Taliban fighters did not listen to him and said, ‘Go home’. When he asked why, Taliban fighters told him that the law had changed and women were not allowed to work in the RTA.
News anchor Shabnam Dawran, who has been working in the Pashto division of Afghanistan’s state-run Radio TV organization for the last six years, has told through a video posted on social media in Pashto language, how after the Taliban’s announcement that women should also be educated in the new regime. And there would be freedom of work, when she reached the office, she saw the situation there as completely different. This Taliban announcement had cleared many of his doubts, but what happened to him in the office brought the Taliban reality to the fore, after which he appealed to the world for help.
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