New Delhi: Girls rights activists in Kabul held protests on Saturday in search of rights and illustration within the new authorities and the demonstrations turned violent with Taliban forces stopping them from marching in the direction of the presidential palace.
In keeping with the protesters, Taliban forces used tear gasoline to cease the protest, TOLOnews reported.
The ladies in Afghanistan’s capital metropolis are staging protests, demanding their rights and illustration within the new authorities. They need their position within the Taliban authorities to be important.
A lot of ladies rights activists and reporters protested for a second day in Kabul on Saturday, TOLOnews wrote on Twitter.
The protest reportedly turned violent as Taliban forces didn’t permit the agitators to march towards the Presidential Palace.
A purported video of an injured activist can also be being shared on social media. Etilaatroz news writer Zaki Daryabi shared a video the place a lady, recognized as Rabia Sadat, will be seen with a bleeding brow.
Earlier, a gaggle of Afghan ladies activists staged an indication in Kabul on Friday with calls for of equal rights and decision-making roles in political life within the nation’s future authorities.
A video of the protest was additionally streamed dwell by the group that known as for the popularity of girls’s political, financial, and social rights, native media reported.
These demonstrations had begun with dozens of Afghan ladies taking to streets within the western Afghan metropolis of Herat on Thursday.
This comes as Afghan ladies face an unsure future beneath the ultra-conservative regime which portrays itself to be extra reasonable this time however stories of the bottom actuality current a opposite model.
Older generations keep in mind the Islamic regime that noticed common stoning and public executions throughout Taliban rule earlier than the US-led invasion that adopted the September 11, 2001, terror assaults.
Underneath the Taliban’s harsh interpretation of Islamic regulation, ladies had been largely confined to their houses.