As per the latest reports, the Taliban-driven government’s Ministry of Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice have adhered banners across Kabul to remind ladies to wear a hijab, the media provided details regarding Monday.
The banners, seen across the capital city on Sunday, say: “In light of the Sharia law, a Muslim lady should notice hijab since this is a decree of Sharia law,” Khaama Press revealed.
The banners incorporate two pictures showing two various types of hijab specifically, a dark Abaya covering the entire face including eyes, and a full-body blue article of clothing (burqa) which is a conventional outfit for ladies in Afghanistan.
Service authorities have said that the bulletins were just to remind the ladies to wear a hijab yet not strongly.
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Almost five months subsequent to recovering power, the Taliban has recovered its job as the authority of the gathering’s extreme understanding of Islamic law.
In a spate of pronouncements given as of late, the Ministry has forced limitations on the conduct, development, and appearances of inhabitants, especially those of ladies and young ladies.
Most as of late, ladies and young ladies without a nearby male relative going with them were prohibited from entering cafés in Herat territory.
As per a Taliban official in the region, cafés fill in as a helpful spot for the vast majority of the ethical defilement something has misdirected the young people in Herat.
Last month, the Taliban requested retailers to remove the heads of life-sized models, demanding they were un-Islamic, and reported that ladies looking to travel in excess of 72 km ought to be rejected vehicles except if they were joined by a nearby male family member.
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The warning appropriated by the Ministry for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice additionally guided all vehicle drivers to abstain from playing music in their vehicles and not to get female travelers who didn’t wear an Islamic hijab covering their hair.
From that point forward, Taliban strict police have raised designated spots across Kabul to review whether cabbies were following the orders.
The Taliban has likewise closed down all open shower houses for ladies in the northern city of Mazar-e Sharif. Such offices are considered urgent in light of the fact that numerous Afghans don’t approach warming or power at home.
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