A division in the Taliban government; There is pressure to reverse the ban on university education for girls

Kabul: Afghanistan is under pressure to remove an order banning women from university education. Various leaders of the Taliban government are coming forward to demand a reconsideration of this step. With this, some close sources indicate that the main leader of the Taliban, Hibatullah Akhunzada, is under pressure.

Some reports suggest that Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani and Defense Minister Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob are holding talks with Akhunzada against the ban order. The international community, including India, hopes that Akhunzada will respect the views of the two ministers.

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If Akhunzada rejects this view, it will affect the current government in Afghanistan itself. Reports suggest that this could lead to a breakdown in cabinet unity and possibly lead to another civil war. A high-level meeting of Taliban leaders was held at the Presidential Palace in Kabul to discuss the matter further.

Afghanistan’s Chief Justice Abdul Hakeem Ishqzai, who previously opposed girls’ education, has now deviated from his position. Now he is in favor of girls’ education. This past Tuesday, the Taliban government came out with an order that women will not be admitted to universities.

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The Taliban’s education minister claimed that girls who go to college are not dressed decently. This banning order came out in the background of a fierce battle between moderates and extremists in the Taliban government. Interior Minister Sirajuddin Haqqani and Defense Minister Mullah Muhammad Yakub belong to the moderate group.

Both think foreign aid will be needed to revive Afghanistan’s economy. Haqqani had conveyed to Akhunzada his opposition to the order banning women from colleges. Haqqani said that now he cannot look his followers in the face.

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After the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, strict restrictions were placed on women in universities. There was controversy when classrooms were separated between boys and girls by curtains and instructions were given that girls should be taught by female teachers. After this, women were banned from universities.

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