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Taliban-run Kabul govt. tells girls staff to remain dwelling


Women staff within the Kabul metropolis authorities have been advised to remain dwelling, with work solely allowed for many who can’t be changed by males, the interim Mayor of Afghanistan’s capital stated on Sunday.

Witnesses, in the meantime, stated an explosion focused a Taliban automobile in Jalalabad. Hospital officers stated 5 folks had been killed within the second such lethal blast in as many days within the Islamic State stronghold.

The resolution to forestall most ladies metropolis staff from returning to their jobs is one other signal that the Taliban are going again from their guarantees that they’d be tolerant and inclusive. In their earlier rule within the Nineties, the Taliban had barred women and girls from faculties, jobs and public life.

In latest days, the brand new Taliban authorities issued a number of decrees rolling again the rights of girls. It advised girls middle-and highschool college students that they might not return to high school.

On Friday, the Taliban shut down the Women’s Affairs Ministry, changing it with a Ministry for the “propagation of virtue and the prevention of vice”.

On Sunday, over a dozen girls staged a protest outdoors the Ministry, holding up indicators calling for the participation of girls in public life. “A society in which women are not active is (sic) dead society,” one signal learn.

The protest lasted for about 10 minutes. After a brief verbal confrontation with a person, the ladies obtained into automobiles and lef.

Interim Kabul Mayor Hamdullah Namony stated the ladies staff have been ordered to remain dwelling, pending an additional resolution. He stated exceptions had been made for ladies who couldn’t get replaced by males, together with some within the design and engineering departments and the attendants of public bogs for ladies. Namony didn’t say what number of girls staff had been pressured to remain dwelling.

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