This is contrary to promises made by outfit after assuming power in Kabul last month.
“Hereby, students and teachers of all private and Emirati (governmental) secondary, high schools, and religious schools are asked to return,” Khaama Press quoted the official directive.
The Taliban announced an interim government last week, with a slew of promises, assuring not to repeat the policies of the previous Taliban regime (1996-2001).
However, reports coming from the ground say differently.
According to media reports, women are being barred from going to work, and scores of them have demonstrated to demand their rights to employment and education.
Experts and members of the international community have raised concerns about the future of female teachers and students. The newly appointed education minister Shaikh Abdulbaqi Haqqani has said that education activities will take place according to Sharia Law. — ANI
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