Situation is bad ..
Kabul: A British newspaper has reported that Taliban Supreme Leader Hibatullah Akundzada has been killed and Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Bhardwaj may have been abducted on bail.
Even after the Taliban captured Afghanistan, it has not yet been able to form a government.
Despite the deadline and the withdrawal of US troops, the government is still struggling.
The reason is that there is a conflict within the Taliban. It is a power struggle. It is a power struggle.
In this, they thought that Mulla Ghani was the Prime Minister .. but the post of Deputy Prime Minister was given. It has been said that Hibatullah Akundza will be the supreme leader of the country. It was only after such an announcement that further affair erupted.
The political conflict escalated. It was said that it was the Haqqani brothers who prevented Mulla Ghani Baradar from getting the post of Prime Minister, and one of the reasons given was the appointment of Mulla Hassan Akunda as the Prime Minister. The current situation is that it has been reported that they have abducted the accused and kept him in a separate place.
A British newspaper has reported that Taliban leader Hibbatullah Akundzada has been killed and that Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Bardar has been held hostage.
Mulla Bhardwar has been badly beaten in the fighting with the Haqqani network … He should have given a post in the Taliban cabinet to a non-Taliban and a minority community .. Only then, he insisted that our country be recognized by other countries … But his opinion has gone unheeded .. He too has been missing for a few days.
After this, he released a video claiming that he was in Kandahar. However, reports said that he was being held hostage. Keeps increasing.
Taliban show work .. Students, teachers banned from entering schools .. UN. Warning
The Taliban have begun to implement their policy in full swing in Afghanistan. As such, the one they recently issued, the order has become controversial
The Taliban has ordered the reopening of schools in Afghanistan, ordering that only students be allowed to attend school.
The Taliban claimed that only male teachers were allowed in the school and that teachers were not allowed.
Opening of schools
But the United Nations is closely monitoring the situation. The UN has warned that the denial of female education could lead to social inequalities. The Taliban have ordered the reopening of schools from Class VI to Class XII on September 18. But students are paralyzed inside their homes because they are denied access to schools.
Democracy has been in place for the last 20 years and women have been able to study freely. Now their situation has become miserable. The Taliban regime was overthrown in 2001. Women’s education has nearly doubled since then.
Currently, the literacy rate of women in Afghanistan is as high as 30 percent. Once again, the Taliban have seized control of Afghanistan, and academics say the situation for women is likely to return to normal.
Number of students
In the elementary schools of 2001, only students were enrolled. The number of students has increased from zero to 25 lakh in 2018. It is noteworthy that the number of students in higher education increased from 5,000 in 2001 to 90,000 in 2018.