Taliban bans entry to Band-i-Amir Nationwide Park; Photograph: File
Kabul: The Taliban authorities has banned the entry of ladies into Band-e-Amir Nationwide Park in Bamyan province.
In response to the World Information Company, the Minister of the Taliban authorities, Muhammad Khalid Hanafi, has mentioned that girls within the Band-e-Amir Nationwide Park of Bamyan province weren’t following the ban on hijab, so that they had been banned from coming into the park.
Muhammad Khalid Hanafi urged non secular students and safety companies to stop ladies from coming into the park till an answer is discovered.
The Taliban minister additional mentioned that going to the park for sightseeing shouldn’t be wajib and the compulsory act (hijab) can’t be sacrificed for a non-obligatory act.
The Ulama Board of Bamyan province mentioned the ladies who violated the veil ban within the park had been non-local visitor ladies. Native ladies take full care of hijab.
Former Afghan MPs and representatives of Human Whites Watch strongly protested towards the Taliban authorities’s ban on ladies’s entry into the nationwide park, saying that girls’s jobs and schooling have already been banned.
The United Nations Particular Consultant for Human Rights in Afghanistan, Richard Bennett, additionally expressed concern over the ban on ladies’s entry into the park and demanded that the Taliban raise the ban.
Band-i-Amir was declared as Afghanistan’s first nationwide park in 2009. Additionally it is a middle of attraction for overseas vacationers because of its pure lake and breathtaking pure surroundings surrounded by stunning mountains.
It must be famous that because the Taliban took energy in August 2021, ladies have been banned from jobs and schooling, in addition to from hair and sweetness salons.