The Taliban prohibited gals from attending Eid celebrations in two provinces of Afghanistan, Khaama Push noted. Authorities in Baghlan and Takhar provinces of the region purchased gals to not go out in teams through the times of Eid ul-Fitr. Despite the fact that, only two provinces have issued the directions.
This arrives as Taliban banned people and gals from eating in institutions with gardens and outside room in the Herat area of Afghanistan, it was previously noted. The final decision was taken to quit “gender mingling” and flouting of stringent hijab regulations on gals, the authorities claimed.
Taliban also stopped the sale of contraceptives in two of Afghanistan’s principal towns, declaring that the use of contraceptives by gals is a western conspiracy to handle the Muslim inhabitants, Guardian previously noted.
“They arrived to my retailer two times with guns and threatened me not to hold contraceptive capsules for sale. They are frequently examining just about every pharmacy in Kabul and we have stopped offering the goods,” a retailer operator advised Guardian.
This marks the newest assault on women’s legal rights by Taliban who arrived to electricity in Afghanistan in August 2021 following US troop withdrawal.
Taliban have also finished greater schooling for ladies, shut universities to gals, compelled gals out of employment and limited their skill to go away their properties, between other constraints.