• publish: 13 January 2022
  • time: 6:47 pm
  • category: Social
  • No: 20530

Taliban intelligence chief for Bamyan: Schools’ doors not to be closed to girls anymore

The Islamic Emirate intelligence chief in Bamyan province stressing on girls` education said the doors of schools should not be closed to girl students anymore.

Mowlawi Mahid, speaking at Fatemi-ya female school in Balkhab city of Sar-e Pul, put a great emphasis on education for boys and girls.

This comes as some local sources in Balkhab told Raha press schools have been opened since the Taliban takeover.

“Gils`schools had been closed for 3 weeks following the recent developments, but reopened soon.” added the same sources

Taliban once took power in Afghanistan banned above-seven- grade girls from going to school.

People`s joint wanting and unified actions seem to have convinced Taliban not to be serious about their announcement in Balkhab.  

Some unconfirmed reports narrate the same story in Mazar-e-Sharif

Women rights and their education and job has still remained a precondition for Taliban recognition by the world community as well as regional and Afghanistan neighboring countries.     


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