Female students can continue studying in universities, Taliban

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In the new Afghan Taliban government, the Minister of Higher Education has said that women can continue their education in universities, including postgraduate level, but they will have to wear special classrooms and Islamic dress.

According to Independent Urdu, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, the Minister of Higher Education in the Taliban cabinet, announced the new education policy at a news conference on Sunday, in which he said that the Taliban did not want to take time back 20 years. We will start building the things of the past.

The education minister said female students would face other restrictions, including a mandatory dress code under the Taliban’s new policies, which would require hijab for female students, but did not specify whether this meant a headscarf or Full face veil.

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“Classrooms will also be gender segregated. We will not allow boys and girls to study together, but we will not allow co-education,” Haqqani said. Subjects taught in universities will also be reviewed.

Earlier, the Taliban banned music and art during their previous visit to power.

On the other hand, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said yesterday that efforts are underway to recognize the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan at the international level and the international community has also given positive signals in this regard.

Addressing a public gathering in Paktia, Zabihullah Mujahid said the law and order situation in Afghanistan was better and there was no danger of any country being harmed on Afghan soil.


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