Girls’s rights not precedence, says Taliban month after training ban

The Taliban administration in Afghanistan has stated that overturning restrictions on ladies is just not a precedence for the group. The assertion comes after a sequence of repressive edicts that banned Afghan ladies from universities and dealing in NGOs.

Afghan feminine college college students cease by Taliban safety personnel stand subsequent to a college in Kabul on December 21. (Picture: AFP)

By India At the moment Net Desk: The Taliban has stated in an announcement that overturning restrictions on ladies is just not a precedence for the administration in Afghanistan, days after denying there can be a everlasting college training ban on ladies.

In current months, the Taliban regime has banned ladies from universities in addition to from working in non-governmental organisations. The curbs have invited worldwide condemnation as they violate the rights of Afghan ladies.

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The Taliban stated on Saturday that it could not allow any act that violates Islamic legislation, and the issues concerning restrictions on ladies’s rights can be handled based on the established guidelines of the group within the nation.

“Overturning restrictions towards ladies is just not a precedence for the group,” a Taliban spokesperson was quoted as saying by Afghan media.

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The assertion reiterating the Taliban’s stand on the difficulty comes days after 11 international locations urged the group to take away all restrictions towards ladies and ladies, permitting them to return to public life – to get an training and return to work.

Again in December, the Taliban banned all ladies from attending faculty and universities till additional discover, sparking protests because the transfer resulted in a full ban on ladies pursuing training after class 6 within the nation.

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It was the most recent in a sequence of repressive edicts issued by the Taliban management. All Afghan ladies have been ordered by the Taliban to put on head-to-toe clothes in public. Girls have been additionally ordered to depart the house solely when essential and must be accompanied by a male family member.