Afghanistan Crisis: Taliban shoot pregnant policewoman- Reports
The woman killed by the Taliban was a Afghan policewoman and was eight months pregnant.
New Delhi: Women are particularly targeted after the Taliban took over Afghanistan. According to media reports, Taliban militants have allegedly killed a female police officer in the central Ghor province of Afghanistan. Family members told that his face was also mutilated in this attack.
Taliban shoot pregnant woman:
The woman killed by the Taliban was a Afghan policewoman and was eight months pregnant. At the same time, the accused who were attacking the woman were heard speaking Arabic. According to another report, the Taliban killed the woman in front of her children and husband.
The pictures of the deceased policeman have gone viral on social media. In those photos, his body is covered in blood and is on the ground. The family said the local Taliban have promised an investigation into the incident.
After making an impact and taking full control of Afghanistan, the Taliban are appealing to consider themselves too soft-hearted. But this picture is telling something else. However, several incidents of brutality and repression have been recorded in Afghanistan.
Women protest in Kabul:
Women who took to the streets to protest against the Taliban regime and fight for their rights were abused by militant group fighters. Protesters trying to march to Rashtrapati Bhavan were stopped by Talibanis from going to Rashtrapati Bhavan. During this, tear gas was also fired on the women.
This demonstration in Kabul, led by women's rights activists, has been going on for two days. The women involved in this say that they should get an important role in the new government along with their rights.
The women say they are willing to wear the burqa if their daughters are allowed to attend school under the Taliban regime. During this, a video of the protest was also released by the group of protesters.
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