Taliban: Women Should only have Children, No Work in the Government

The atrocities on women of the Taliban are not taking the name of decreasing. The Taliban have imposed all kinds of restrictions to suppress their voice
Taliban: Women Should only have Children, No Work in the Government

The atrocities on women of the Taliban are not taking the name of decreasing. The Taliban have imposed all kinds of restrictions to suppress their voice. Also, women are being fired upon. After coming to power, the tone of the Taliban, which talked about giving women their rights, has changed with the formation of the government. They are being given as many rights as they can breathe to stay alive.

Women's job to have children – Taliban

Now the Taliban has implemented a new decree. Now no woman can become a minister. To be a minister to a woman is to put something in her neck which she cannot lift. According to the Talibani's, it is not necessary for women to be in the cabinet. Their job should be to have children. Women protesters are not representing everyone in Afghanistan. This is the statement given by Taliban spokesman Syed Zakirullah Hashmi.

Boys and girls will not be able to study together in colleges

Earlier it was reported that many restrictions have been imposed on women in Afghanistan regarding education. Partitions have been put up in the colleges, in which boys will sit on one side and girls will sit on the other side. Apart from this, to teach girls, only women or elderly teachers are being hired. After the formation of the government, a statement has also been issued by the Taliban on masters and Ph.D. degrees. The Taliban said that there is no use in taking master's and Ph.D. degrees. We are running the government without reading.

Atrocities on women and journalists

Demonstrations of women fighting for their rights are increasing across Afghanistan. Demonstrations of women who took to the streets in Kabul have reached the north-eastern province of Badakhshan. Here too many women have taken to the road. The Taliban, who have talked about giving freedom to the media, have implemented their rules with full force. Two journalists covering a women's demonstration in the capital Kabul were brutally beaten up by the Taliban at a police station. He was held hostage for four hours and beaten with a whip.

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