Afghanistan: Taliban terrified of its criticisms, imposed many restrictions on the media
According to the new rule of the Taliban, the media will not be allowed to do any kind of reporting against Islam. The Taliban's Ministry of Information and Culture, while deciding to ban the media, said that the Taliban leadership cannot be criticized.
Kabul. Since the occupation of Afghanistan, the Taliban has been implementing one brutal rule after another. Due to this, the restrictions have become more. According to the new Taliban rule, the media will not be allowed to do any kind of reporting against Islam. The Taliban's Ministry of Information and Culture decided to ban the media, saying that the Taliban leadership cannot be criticized.
Patricia Gossman, associate director of the Asia region at the Human Rights Watch group, said that after the Taliban's new decree, the media has now been asked to do balanced reporting on any issue. No news of any kind will be released on that issue until a response is given by Taliban officials. On the other hand, now the work of women journalists has been completely banned. Let us tell you that since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, 7000 journalists have been imprisoned so far.
Afghan women are suffering the biggest brunt of Taliban rule. According to these rules, women cannot joke in public in public. They have also been banned from going out alone. It has been made mandatory for them to cover themselves completely. Women's use of cosmetics is completely prohibited. Also, women cannot shake hands with men and cannot laugh too loudly. Women cannot go in taxis. Apart from this, taking part in bike, cycling, sports are also banned for women.
Women judges are receiving threatening messages
After the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan, the Taliban is brutalizing civilians on the one hand. On the other hand, he is releasing dreaded criminals from jail. The Taliban have released many criminals from prison in Kabul. In such a situation, now these dreaded prisoners are looking for the women judges who punished them. There are more than 200 such women judges in Afghanistan who are getting threatening messages from these prisoners.