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Sunday, September 26, 2021

Now Taliban will change Afghan passport and national identity card

The Taliban, which returned to power in Afghanistan after 20 years, will now change the passports and identity cards of the people. The Taliban have announced that they will replace Afghan passports and national identity cards issued by the previous government. Also said that these documents will be valid for some time. This information was given by the local media.

Khama Press News Agency quoted Zabiullah Mujahid, the Taliban's deputy minister of information and culture and spokesman, as saying that it is possible that the Afghan passport and NID have the name 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'. The Mujahid also said that the documents issued by the previous government are still valid as legal documents of the country.


According to the news agency, the passport and national identity card departments in Afghanistan are still closed and only those who have completed their biometrics process can get these documents. Let us tell you that after coming to power, the Taliban is constantly making some changes. In the past, she abolished the ministry of women and made it a ministry of prayer and guidance. At the same time, he has said that the Taliban will bring Sharia law, in which there is a provision for barbaric punishment from beheading to death.

A day after the Taliban warned of the resumption of punishments such as hanging and hand and body beheading, the organization followed suit. The dead bodies of four people were brutally hung at the intersections by means of cranes. The Taliban have been promising a softer regime than their previous term since taking power in Afghanistan on August 15, but several reports of human rights abuses have already emerged from across the country.