Taliban is making women slaves in Afghanistan, now women commandos will answer

Taliban is making women slaves in Afghanistan, now women commandos will answer

Women in Afghanistan have also taken up arms to counter the Taliban, who are imposing brutal sanctions on women. In Afghanistan, 135 special commandos, including 20 women, have been inducted into the army. These special commandos have been given a high standard of training. The Defense Ministry of Afghanistan said that these special commandos will be deployed in the war-torn areas.

The Defense Minister of Afghanistan has appreciated the efforts of these commandos. The recruitment of women commandos has come at a time when the whole country is burning in the fire of civil war. The Taliban claims they have captured 85 percent of the country and are now eyeing Kabul. Meanwhile, the Afghan army has also started vigorous retaliation. Several districts have been liberated from Taliban control.

In areas under its control, the Taliban have ordered that women should not leave their homes alone and that men should shave. The Taliban have also made new rules on giving dowry to girls. The Taliban have also ordered that they be given a list of girls over the age of 15 and widows under the age of 45. The Taliban will get these women and girls married to their fighters.

Not only this, the Taliban has also banned women's sewing and embroidery. "The Taliban have appealed to women not to leave their homes without men accompanying them," says Merajuddin Sharifi, a civil society activist living in the Takhar area. threatened to take action. He said the Taliban insists on a trial without evidence. In such a situation, the inclusion of women commandos in the Afghan army is a big slap on their face.

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