Afghanistan Crisis: Woman can't be a minister, they should give birth-Taliban
This is the statement of Taliban spokesman Syed Zakirullah Hashmi. The tone of the Taliban, which talked about giving women their rights when they took power, has changed with the formation of the government.
New Delhi: Taliban interim government has been announced in Afghanistan. Mullah Hassan Akhund has been given the responsibility of Prime Minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar and Maulvi Abdul Salam Hanafi as Deputy Prime Minister. A total of 33 ministers have been made in this cabinet of Taliban.
Woman can't be minister: Taliban
"A woman cannot become a minister. To become a minister of a woman is like putting something around her neck, which she cannot lift. It is not necessary for women to be in the cabinet. They should give birth. That is their job. Women are not representing everyone in Afghanistan."
This is the statement of Taliban spokesman Syed Zakirullah Hashmi. The tone of the Taliban, which talked about giving women their rights when they took power, has changed with the formation of the government. They are being given as many rights as they can breathe just to stay alive.
During the return to power, the Taliban made big promises to change themselves. He talked about running the country according to Sharia law, but at the same time it was said that women should also be given rights. But the announcement of the cabinet has proved that whatever happens, the patriarchal thinking of the Taliban is not going to end.
Earlier it was reported that many restrictions have been imposed on women regarding education in Afghanistan. Curtains have been put in the colleges, in which boys will sit on one side and girls will study on the other. Apart from this, only women or elderly teachers are being hired to teach girls.
No need of PhD for women: Taliban
After the formation of the government, a statement has also been issued by the Taliban on the master's and PhD degrees. The Taliban said that there is no use in taking master's and PhD degrees. We are running the government without studying.
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