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taliban closes schools for girls: talibani terrorists are dancing in girls classroom after closure of schools for girls

taliban closes schools for girls: talibani terrorists are dancing in girls classroom after closure of schools for girls
Written by Arindam
taliban closes schools for girls: talibani terrorists are dancing in girls classroom after closure of schools for girls

Kabul : The people of Afghanistan are fighting for their fundamental rights. The Taliban made big promises after capturing Kabul last year. He said that the new regime of the organization would be more liberal than the previous one. After a few days, these claims began to unravel. Recently, the Taliban have also banned girls from going to school. Taliban fighters are dancing waving guns in school-college rooms where schoolgirls were to sit and study.

A video has been shared on social media in which Taliban fighters are seen dancing. The video read, ‘After closing the school for girls, Talibanis are dancing inside the classrooms in girls’ schools. This classroom is from Weigel High School in Nuristan province in eastern Afghanistan. In the video, four fighters can be seen with guns while the fifth person is making the video.

Girls above sixth grade are not allowed to come to school
In March, the Taliban decided to suspend the higher schooling of girls. In Afghanistan, girls are no longer allowed in schools above the sixth grade. With this decision, the Taliban broke a major promise they made to the international community that they would not curtail the rights of women and girls. The Taliban have taken a decision before the start of the new academic session in Afghanistan.
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Taliban calls ‘students’ to school
The international community has been urging Taliban leaders to open schools as soon as possible and to give women their public rights. The Taliban ministry issued a statement asking all “students” to come to the school. Wahidullah Hashmi, the external relations official in the Taliban administration, said the leadership had not decided when and how the girls would be allowed to return to school.

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