30 days and 15 major changes of the Taliban; Understand how much Afghan has changed in 'Terror Raj' - Politics news of India | Current politics news | Politics news from India | Trending politics news,India News (भारत समाचार): India News,world news, India Latest And Breaking News, United states of amerika, united kingdom

.

Thursday, September 16, 2021

30 days and 15 major changes of the Taliban; Understand how much Afghan has changed in 'Terror Raj'

It's been a month since the Taliban took control of Kabul. On 15 August, the Taliban shocked the whole world by gaining control of the Afghan capital. Before that, it was believed that the Taliban would not be able to enter Kabul so fast. But on this day, Afghan soldiers laid down their arms as soon as President Ashraf Ghani left the country. Now the Taliban has formed the government and the disputed Sharia law has been implemented in the whole country. Let us know about 15 important changes in Afghanistan in 30 days-
15-important-changes-in-Afghanistan-in-30-days

1.Soot on pictures of women

It was only after the Taliban entered Kabul that the photographs of women in all advertisements began to be sooted. It was also announced that women would not work in any area in which their face or any part of the body could be seen.

2. Music stopped, religious messages started being broadcast

Islamic messages began to be broadcast on Afghanistan's state TV and radio. Listening to music has now been banned because the Taliban have been describing music as distracting. On August 30, visuals of a local TV channel reading the news of an anchor surrounded by armed Taliban fighters told the media here.

3. Ban on Afghan citizens leaving the country

On 24 August, the Taliban announced that it would no longer allow any Afghan nationals to leave the country. However, earlier it had said that those who have valid documents can leave the country. The decree not to leave the country is still in force, for violation of which the Taliban has announced punishment according to Sharia law.

4. Anti-Taliban people reach Panjshir

The Taliban captured the rest of the country except Panjshir. In view of this, anti-Taliban leaders, former Vice President Sahel and unrelenting soldiers turned to Panjshir. This is also a major reason that the strength of the local fighters of Panjshir has increased, which has also increased the challenge of the Taliban.

5. No participation of women in politics

The Taliban did not include a single woman in their government. On 10 September, a Taliban spokesman made controversial remarks that women did not have the capacity to become ministers, their job was to have children. This indicated that like last time, this time too women will not be part of the Taliban government.

6. Ban on women's play

The Taliban say that women cannot do any work in which their bodies are displayed. Therefore, he will be banned from playing some other sports including cricket. This announcement has dealt a blow to the careers of girls who have been playing cricket and other sports.

7. Demonstration demanding participation

Even in a fanatical environment, Afghan women are showing courage in small and big demonstrations. The two main demands of women are that they should be given equal education and that the Taliban should give them participation in their government. These movements are continuing in the provinces of Herat, Kabul etc.

8. Without permission, anti-government demonstrations will not be able to

Due to the continuous demonstrations, the Taliban government has issued a decree that the permission of the local administration must be obtained before any demonstration here. What kind of slogans will be raised or with which placards people will protest, it will have to be informed. Not only this, it will also have to be told who will raise the slogans.

9. Front opened on Twitter regarding Burqa

Afghan women took to Twitter to protest against the mandatory burqa. Several women in Afghanistan and in exile and civil rights activists uploaded photos of themselves in makeup.

10. Limit on withdrawal of people's money

Banks remained closed for a few days after the capture of Kabul and then when the banks were opened, long queues formed. In such a situation, the Taliban fixed a weekly limit of withdrawal, which increased the difficulties of the people.

11. Appeal to government employees to return to work

The Taliban government announced that all government employees, including women working in the health sector, should return to work. However, this order did not include women working in other sectors.

12. Turkey and Pak Seal Borders

After the establishment of the Taliban government in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey closed their borders so that Afghan citizens trying to leave the country for fear of the Taliban could not come to their countries.

13.No Arms Order

As soon as the Taliban formed the government, they announced that all civilians should return their weapons to the government. It also said that no action would be taken against those who returned the weapons till the deadline of the order.

14. Panjshir Still Invincible

On September 3, the Taliban claimed occupation of Panjshir province near Kabul. However, Panjshir fighters denied this. Several international news agencies said on Wednesday that Panjshir fighters were still fighting the Taliban in the region.

15. Great unemployment due to the shutdown of the economy

Afghanistan is facing a huge economic crisis due to the halt of all international aid. Common citizens are very scared due to the strict rules and regulations of the new government, which is affecting their business. Private companies are not yet fully operational.