An Indian man has reportedly been abducted by Afghans at gunpoint.
The Taliban, which has been occupying Afghanistan at breakneck speed for a week, has been unable to rule for three weeks.
As it eventually came together, successive actions were taken. Currently, the situation there is uncertain as the Taliban seize power …
The reason is that attacks on women are ongoing. Threats to former government employees, the military and non-Afghans are on the rise.
An order of the day … an announcement of the day that the Afghans are destabilizing the people .. The ex-judges have escaped with their lives in their hands .. Another information has come out in this context .. A Hindu of Indian descent living in Afghanistan may have been abducted at gunpoint. ..
Bansiri Lal Arenda, a resident of Kabul’s 11th police district, is 50 years old and runs a medical shop there. He is an Indian of Afghan descent who was abducted.
He was a Hindu. He was in his shop at 8 pm when he was working with his shop staff. Suddenly, some people came with guns and abducted Bansiri Lal and the shop staff at gunpoint. ..
A complaint has been lodged with the local authorities about the abduction of Bansiri Lal, who holds an Indian passport. The search for him is ongoing.
In this context, the Ministry of External Affairs of India has been informed about the abduction. The President of the World War II organization in India, Puneet Singh Santok, has informed the Indian Ministry of External Affairs that the Sikh Hindu organization in Afghanistan has been informed.
Talibans killed a folk singer on street!! Terrific incident
Kabul: The incident in which a famous folk singer was dragged and shot dead by Taliban militants in the middle of the street has caused great shock.
Now that the country has been taken over by the Afghans, although it will affect the entire population there, it is the people of the world who are most concerned about what women and girls are going to do under the Taliban regime.
Women should not come out without wearing a burqa, they should only walk in the street with the companionship of men with blood ties, women should never wear heels and women should not speak loudly in public.
As in those days, the people of the country are trying to flee for fear of restrictions … In such an environment, the Taliban are actively involved in trying to form a new cabinet … It has been reported that officials have been appointed to appoint some key departments.
Department of Education
In this context, Siar Khan Yadav, who is in charge of the Afghan education department, has issued a statement stating that music shows on Kandahar, TV and radio have been banned because of the participation of women.
The Taliban do not always like female singers and female painters. That is why attacks on such artists are on the rise. The shooting death of a folk artist is causing a stir.
He lived in the village of Kishnabad, 250 km from Kabul. On the day of the incident, the Taliban broke into his house, dragged him out of the house and threw him into the street, then shot him in the head and killed him there, but the reason why he was killed.
That is, the laws imposed by the Taliban in 1996-2001 are coming into force again. Accordingly, no one is allowed to sing in public, that is, only Islamic songs can be sung in public.No other concert should be held .. No general song should be sung .. Now shoot him, all the songs he sang are going viral … and the people of that country have gone sunburned.