In a heart-wrenching incident, a 6-month Afghan policewoman was shot dead by the Taliban in front of her husband and children in Afghanistan’s Ghor Province. The information was shared by an Afghan journalist.
According to the local reports, the woman was identified as Banu Negar and she was serving in the Afghanistan police forces. A journalist in a tweet said that the pregnant woman was killed in front of her family.
Recently, a correspondent of Sputnik news reported that the women are now buying head and body covering because of the fear that the Taliban will come beat, and hunt them down if they were seen without hijabs, burquas just like it used to happen in Afghanistan in the 90s.
Earlier, Afghan women held a protest in Herat in which they were demanding rights and female representation in the government formation after the Taliban took the power in Afghanistan.
The TOLO news reported that the protesters were seen carrying slogans and banners against the exclusion of women from Afghanistan’s political system under the regime of the Taliban.
Journalist Azita Nazmi told TOLO news that twenty-five years ago when the Taliban cam they prevented her from going to school, and after five years of their rule, she studied for 25 years and worked hard, so that she gets a better future, but now they will not allow us to do this.
However, the Taliban while addressing the press said that the Taliban will protect the rights of women that comes under the Sharia law. Meanwhile, experts have suggested that women are going to face an uncertain future under the Taliban’s regime.