#Kabul: They will not discriminate against women The Taliban announced this on Tuesday On the same day, the Taliban shot dead a woman on a public road in Afghanistan for not wearing a burqa. And with that came back the picture of the dark era of Taliban rule
Not only that, there are reports of Taliban beating women on the streets of Kabul under various pretexts. In addition, the Taliban in Kabul are also looking for former government employees
According to a report in the New York Post, a woman was publicly shot dead by the Taliban on Tuesday for not wearing a burqa in Afghanistan’s Takhar province. The woman was brutally killed in the street His body was drenched in blood As seen in the video of the incident, her family members are sitting around the woman’s body and screaming
At a press conference on Tuesday, the Taliban claimed that they would not discriminate against women. However, the Taliban said that women must obey Sharia law They even claim that women can be employed in services such as health care in accordance with Sharia law. No matter what the Taliban say, the fact that they have not changed their attitude towards women in the workplace has become clear in the case of Takhar province.
However, on the same day, the Taliban reportedly met with a number of working women, including those involved in medical services. It is learned that their safety has been assured there as well But the word of mouth of the Taliban does not match the work It is alleged that the Taliban have started torturing not only women but also businessmen in Kabul
The Taliban have been forced to flee Afghanistan to escape persecution. But even that is not going to escape the wrath of the Taliban At the moment, Taliban fighters are patrolling the streets in different parts of the country, including Kabul. Whenever they see someone fleeing, they are beating them Ayesha Khurram, a 22-year-old Afghan, was found helpless in the situation. In his words, ‘Now we have two options Either you have to flee Afghanistan or you have to think about how to survive here. “