- Taliban has made many rules to prevent protests
- No permission will have to be taken from the Ministry of Justice before protesting.
- Apart from this, security agencies will also have to tell about the performance 24 hours in advance.
The Taliban may have captured Afghanistan, but women’s demonstrations against it continue. Panicked by this, the Taliban has now made preparations to tighten the noose on such demonstrations. The Taliban has issued a new decree that permission will have to be obtained before demonstrating. Let us tell you that women are continuously protesting against the Taliban.
The Taliban have made many rules to stop the demonstrations. Under this, permission will have to be taken from the Ministry of Justice before protesting. According to the local newspaper Pazvok News, the ministry will have to give the purpose, slogan, location, time, and other details of the protest.
Apart from this, security agencies will also have to be informed about the performance 24 hours in advance. He has taken this decision after the increasing protests in the country against the Taliban. This move of the Taliban can anger many countries against it.
Taliban oppression of women
Fighters are ready to do anything to suppress the voice against the Taliban in Afghanistan. The attitude of the Taliban against women here is getting worse day by day. An example of this was seen on Wednesday when Taliban fighters attacked women who were taking out rallies for women’s representation and rights in different areas of the country. The Taliban fired in the air to disperse the rally. During this many women were badly beaten up. Not only this, but Taliban fighters also fired in the air to stop the rally.
Taliban back on a promise
According to reports, several protesters took out a rally in the Dashti-e-Barchi area, located next to Kabul. During this, women were demanding representation and women’s rights in the country. At the same time, Afghan girls marching from Barchi to Kabul city were also attacked by Taliban armed men. Let us tell you that women were not included in the newly formed government in Afghanistan, while after the occupation of the country, the Taliban promised that women would have a share in the government.
Attempt to disperse through aerial firing
The report also claimed that the protests in Parwan were dispersed by Taliban fighters through aerial firing. A source in Parwan told local news channel Aswaka News that Taliban forces opened fire on protesters raising anti-freedom and anti-Pakistan slogans in Parwan.