This Article is written by Himanshu Shukla, Student (IP University, Delhi)
The Taliban era returned to Afghanistan on Sunday. . The biggest political upheaval happened when the change of power was given the green signal. On the one hand, Ashraf Ghani left the country and went to Tajikistan, while on the other hand it was agreed to make Taliban leader Ahmed Ali Jalali the chief of the interim government. It was also said in the beginning that even the Taliban would accept Jalali’s rule.
Girls will be able to go to school on this condition: During the interview, Gul Rahim said that we have banned women from coming out of the house alone. If a female wants to go out of the house, a male in her relation such as husband, father, or brother should be with them.
The Taliban judge said that girls would be allowed to attend school, but this was only possible if all teachers in the school were women and it is required to wear hijab all time for everyone inside the school.
The Taliban spokesperson said that implementing Sharia law is our goal and always will be and the Taliban have claimed that they have already captured 80 percent of Afghanistan’s territory. In such a scenario, common people are beginning to fear that their country will be going through such a situation again.
At this time the Taliban is also capturing every area of Afghanistan. The army is being driven away but on the other hand, it is being said that peace has to be established. In such a situation, the double standards of the Taliban are visible at this time, but only and only Afghanistan is being harmed by it.
In such a situation German government decided that they will not provide any kind of financial help to Afghanistan, if the Taliban comes into power and introduces Sharia law in the country: foreign minister (FM) Heiko Maas said, on Thursday.
“We provide 430 million euros every year, we will not give another cent if the Taliban takes over the country and introduces Sharia law,” Heiko Maas, FM Germany said.
Earlier till June, for the last 20 years, German soldiers were set up as part of a NATO force in Afghanistan.
Afghan government forces battled Taliban assailants in and around most cities in Afganistan on Thursday. As per officials, the militants pressed on with their offensive that as per the information U.S. intelligence expected that Taliban could take over Kabul (Capital of Afganistan) within 90 days.