Taliban Prevents Women’s March in Kabul
A number of women wanted to display their educational documents in Kabul in protest against the ban on women’s right to work.
The program was launched on Monday morning (October 31st) in Shahr-e Naw Park in Kabul.
Videotapes released by a female protester show that Taliban fighters are present in Shahr-e Naw Park, and one of them tears placards with slogans and educational documents of protesting girls and tells the protestors to leave the area.
These girls had gathered in protest against the violation of women’s right to work in Afghanistan by the Taliban.
Previously, women’s protests in different provinces have been suppressed by the Taliban.