The Taliban has issued a directive to protect women’s rights. The Taliban, which is in power in Afghanistan, has issued a directive with a commitment amid criticism around the world for failing to protect women’s rights.
The Taliban’s top leader, Haibatullah Akhunzada, has issued a directive stating that women have been given freedom, Xinhua reported. The guideline states that women and girls can go to school and no pressure can be put on women for marriage. The guideline also states that if a man has more than one wife, he should be allowed to marry as per his wish.
Since the Taliban came to power, they have been criticized around the world for failing to empower women and children.