- Taliban assured that girls in Afghanistan will be allowed to return to school as soon as possible
- The education ministry directed male teachers and students to get back to the secondary school at the weakened
- Zabihullah Mujahid was tight lipped about the now-closed women’s affair ministry, which was discontinued a past week
- On Tuesday, the Taliban assured that girls in Afghanistan will be allowed to return to school as soon as possible, following their announcement of the remaining positions in its all-male cabinet
Referring to Girls’ education, Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid voiced, “We are finalizing things, it will happen as soon as possible.” The announcement comes after the education ministry directed male teachers and students to get back to the secondary school at the weakened. The Ministry did not mention women teachers and girl pupils in the country.
On the other hand, Zabihullah Mujahid was tight-lipped about the now-closed women’s affair ministry, which was discontinued past week and replaced with a department that earned notoriety for enforcing religious doctrine during the previous Taliban regime, two decades ago.
While disclosing the final cabinet appointments, that included additions to the health ministry he noted, “These positions are considered important for the functioning of the Emirate.” The first appointments in the Taliban interim cabinet were disclosed on 7th September.
The appointments were taken from the loyalist ranks which have established hardliners in all key positions. Prior to the appointments, the group promised an inclusive administration for all the Afghans.