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Hamid Karzai appeal to Taliban, said - reopen girls' schools

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Employment News-The Taliban, which has been in control of Afghanistan since August last year, is bringing in new laws every day. Its opposition to the education of girls has always been there. For the last few days, there is a ban on the secondary and higher education of girls, for which the former President of the country has appealed.

Former President of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai has raised his voice for the education of girls in the country. He has appealed to reopen the closed girls' schools. He has appealed to the ongoing Taliban regime in the country to resume the closed classes for girls. He said Afghanistan wants to see the country's girls back in school. Karzai said, 'The country has no way without sending girls to school. The people of Afghanistan want their girls to be educated in schools.

The Taliban is facing criticism from other countries for this. In fact, studies have been stopped for girls from class VII to XII. 120 days have passed since the ban on schooling for girls. Several Afghan clerics, key leaders and members of civil society have urged the Taliban to resume schooling in the country.

Let us tell you that Human Rights Watch has also expressed concern over the ban on education for girls. Heather Barr, associate director of the Women's Rights Division, said thousands of Afghan girls were denied education and this would continue to be an issue of child marriage and forced marriage. Naveeda Khurasani said, "With the passing of a day, the Taliban are implementing a new law, but there is a lot of emphasis in the country that schools should be reopened." Earlier, the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) said that the closure of secondary and high schools for girls is a serious issue.