New Delhi: The Taliban has issued an order to impose very strict restrictions on women in Afghanistan this time. Until now, the Taliban had banned women from working, studying, and wearing clothes, but now women’s hobbies, which are hallmarks of their beauty, have been banned. This new order of the Taliban has spread anger among the women of Afghanistan.
The Taliban has issued a new order banning women’s beauty salons in Kabul. The Taliban’s Ministry of Vice and Virtue has also instructed the Kabul Municipality to implement the Taliban leader’s new order and revoke the licenses of all women’s beauty salons in the country.
A new order for women to go to schools, colleges to work and to close beauty parlors
Makeup artist Rehan Mubariz said after the Taliban order that men are unemployed. When men could not take care of their families, women were forced to work in beauty salons for daily bread. What is our fault if men don’t have jobs? What can we do about this? We will leave the house or we will starve.
According to reports, the Taliban has banned girls and women from going to schools, colleges, NGOs and working in public areas such as parks, movies and other entertainment areas.
There was also a ban on going to Eid ceremonies
Another Taliban order in early April banned women from participating in Eid celebrations. The ban has been imposed in two provinces of Afghanistan. Women in Baghlan and Takhar are banned from going out in groups during Eid al-Fitr. The Taliban’s ban on all things Afghan women has sparked worldwide debate.