Taliban government spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid

After two years of taking over the government in Afghanistan. The Taliban have said that the ban on girls’ education in the country will continue. In an interview given to the Associated Press, the spokesperson of the Taliban government, Zabihullah Mujahid. He said that the Taliban consider their rule a government whose laws derive legitimacy from Islam. And that there is no threat to the government. Is.’

When he was ask about the ban on girls’ education, he rejected it and said. “This ban will remain in place.”
He said that ‘there is disagreement among religious scholars regarding women’s education. So it was suggest that maintaining harmony is more important than girls going to school.’

It should be note that the Taliban has banned the education of girls beyond the sixth grade. And at the same time, a large number of women have also lost their jobs.
Under the rule of the Taliban, women are deprive of living like ordinary people and are not allowe to participate in various events like celebrations, etc.
In response to a question, the spokesperson said that there is no fixed term for Islamic government. And for this reason, the Taliban government takes guidance from Islam and Sharia.

He further said that after two years, there is no threat to our government from outside or inside the country.

On the second anniversary of the formation of the government, rallies were held in different cities
On the second anniversary of the formation of the government, rallies were held in different cities

Taliban power

Even after two years, Kandahar is considered the centre of Taliban power, and the Taliban’s Supreme Leader Hibatullah Akhunzada is also from here.
On August 15, 2021, the Taliban took control of Afghanistan after US-led NATO forces withdrew after 20 years of fighting there.

To highlight the importance of this day, the Taliban declared August 15 a public holiday.
In the southern city of Kandahar, considered to be the birthplace of the Taliban, after two years of their rule, Taliban officials were seen driving around armed in vehicles.
Youths took part in the celebrations on bicycles and motorbikes while waving flags and weapons.

Similarly, small children were also seen carrying the white flags of the Taliban, with a picture of the country’s defence minister, Mawludi Muhammad Yaqoob, in the lower left corner.
Similarly, a rally was held in the capital Kabul, in which the participants were riding in different vehicles and taking selfies at different places, while the youths involved were also carrying weapons.

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