In the areas of Afghanistan that the Taliban have occupied, they have made strict rules on the lines of old Sharia laws. Those who break people get harsh punishment.
Update On Aug 6, 3 : 50 pm ist
Kabul: In Kabul, Afghanistan, Taliban terrorists shot a 21-year-old girl for not wearing a mask. An official told the Afghanistan Times that 21-year-old Nazaneen was on her way to Balkh district, located in the center of Afghanistan, when Taliban militants dragged her into their car and shot her dead.
Taliban denies allegations Meanwhile, Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid has vehemently rejected these claims. After occupying new areas in Afghanistan, the Taliban have imposed many repressive laws and restrictions on Afghan women. These are similar to the Islamic Sharia laws in force from the 1996 to 2001 regime.
These restrictions on Afghan women The Taliban have ordered Afghan women to cover their bodies from head to toe and not to work outside. Not only this, the education of girls has also been banned. Apart from this, in many parts of Faryab, the Taliban have also banned the sale of women's goods in shops. The local people of Faryab say that people are punished severely for not following the rules made by the Taliban.