Taliban Engaged In Improving Image, Women Will Be Part Of The Government

There has been an atmosphere of panic in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over. Due to fear, where many people are running away from the country without taking their goods
Taliban Engaged In Improving Image, Women Will Be Part Of The Government
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There has been an atmosphere of panic in Afghanistan since the Taliban took over. Due to fear, where many people are running away from the country without taking their goods, many people are hiding in the house and due to this the work in the country has come to a standstill. In such a situation, now difficulties are also arising for the Taliban. That's why now Taliban officials are appealing to the government employee here to return to work. Not only this, but he has also asked women to be a part of the government.

In an interview with Afghan State TV, the Taliban official also said that "we do not want to victimize women but appeal to stay in the government". He said that the youth of the country should also come forward, we will give them complete freedom to work. He also assured security to the women.

Discussions going on to form an inclusive government in Kabul

An official said discussions were on to form an "inclusive" government in Kabul. The discussions include Abdullah Abdullah, who once chaired the country's negotiating council, and former president Hamid Karzai. At the same time, the purpose of the ongoing talks is to include non-Taliban leaders in the government.

Despite trust, people are afraid to leave the house

Image Credit: The Indian Express
Image Credit: The Indian Express

Despite these trusts, people are hesitant to step out of the house. An Afghan youth living in Delhi said that the lives of youth in Afghanistan are always in danger, especially young women. Taliban terrorists break into homes, and they forcefully take away young women. This has been happening for the last several years but the government remained silent. He also claimed that hundreds of women who had left their villages to escape the war and took shelter in the Shahr-e-Nawa Park in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, have gone missing.

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