After a year of Taliban rule.. these things cannot be controlled.. Turbulent women!

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oi-Mani Singh S

Published: Tuesday, August 9, 2022, 10:31 [IST]

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Kabul: After one year of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, the women of the country have said that we cannot continue to be controlled and we will continue to raise our voices for women’s rights until our last breath.

Afghanistan was ruled by a Western-backed government for more than 20 years.

However, the Taliban, who continued to rebel against this, took over Afghanistan completely after the withdrawal of US-led NATO forces.

The Taliban are so bad!  We will be sleepless at night!  A Sikh woman described Afghanistan The Taliban are so bad! We will be sleepless at night! A Sikh woman described Afghanistan

  People who have left Afghanistan

People who have left Afghanistan

In August last year, the government was fully in the hands of the Taliban. Fearing that the Taliban might impose draconian conservative laws, large numbers of people fled Afghanistan. In particular, the world watched the scenes of people hanging on planes and traveling in large numbers on television. However, the Taliban said that the current regime will not be like their previous regime. The countries of the world have been insisting on the same thing to the Taliban.

  Strict restrictions on women

Strict restrictions on women

The Taliban, who at first admitted to doing all this, gradually began to adhere to their conservative policies. In particular, the Taliban’s failure to represent a single woman in the cabinet earned international protests. But the Taliban, who did not give up on all this, started imposing strict restrictions on women.

  Can't breed without a male partner

Can’t breed without a male partner

A burqa should be worn from head to toe. Do not go to work. Do not drive a two wheeler. The Taliban government took a series of measures such as men and women are not allowed to eat together in hotels, they are not allowed to travel unaccompanied by men for long-distance journeys of more than 70 km, and they closed secondary education institutions for women. Even though the world condemns this, the Taliban continue to impose various restrictions without realizing it.

  Right for women

Right for women

However, Monesa Mubarez has been fighting against the repression of the Taliban for women’s rights. The 31-year-old served as director of policy monitoring in the Ministry of Finance in Afghanistan. Despite losing her job due to the conservative policies adopted after the Taliban regime, she continues to advocate for women’s rights. Monesa Mubarez, who is the leader of the struggle for women’s rights in the capital city of Kabul, has also been involved in various stages of consultation in the capital city of Kabul.

  I will voice until my last breath

I will voice until my last breath

“A civil war is over in Afghanistan,” said Monesa Muberus, who has removed the women’s affairs ministry from the Taliban’s new cabinet. But the struggle for women’s rights has only just begun. We will continue to raise our voice for women’s rights till our last breath.”

  Our primary objective is to recover ownership

Our primary objective is to recover ownership

In the beginning, Monesa Mubarez led their struggle in public without fearing the atrocities of the Taliban. However, such protests did not take place openly after May. However, many women who fight for women’s rights, including Menazo, continue to conduct counseling in private places such as homes. We are neither spies nor puppets of any country and our primary objective is to reclaim our lost rights, they said.

  An act of defiance by the Taliban

An act of defiance by the Taliban

Alison Davidian, the UN Special Envoy for Afghanistan, said, “There are many women like Menesha facing similar crises across Afghanistan. Stepping outside through their front door may be a common thing for women all over the world. “But this is not normal in Afghanistan. It would be a violation of the Taliban’s rule,” he said.

English summary

After one year of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, the women of the country said that we cannot continue to be controlled and we will continue to raise our voices for women’s rights until our last breath.

Story first published: Tuesday, August 9, 2022, 10:31 [IST]


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