Images of women in Kabul Talinban, Taliban in Afganistan
Symbolic photo  |  Photo Credits: AP
Kabul: Images posted on Twitter showed a man covering pictures of painted women on a wall in Kabul. According to the BBC report, young women in the city have been asking for help in recent days as the Taliban march towards Kabul. Before 2002, when the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, militants practiced a version of Sharia law that included stoning for adultery, amputation of limbs for stealing, and banning girls over the age of 12 from going to school. stopping was involved.
A Taliban official has been quoted as saying that the decision to impose such a sentence would be up to the courts. Reports from areas the Taliban have occupied in recent days indicated that women were already not allowed to leave their homes without a male companion and some female employees were told that Men will now do the job in their place. Women of these areas are also being asked to wear burqa.
Reports of women not going out alone and being forced to wear burqa
The Taliban’s statements on Sunday appear to be aimed at pacifying global concern. The spokesperson said women will be allowed to leave home alone and have access to education and work. Contrary to reports that have come under Taliban control.
In Kandahar, women working in a bank were told that their jobs would now be done by a male relative. In other regions, there have been reports of women not going out alone and being forced to wear the burqa. The spokesperson said the media would be allowed to criticize freely, but there should be no character assassination.
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