After the Taliban took over power in Afghanistan, the situation there is continuously worsening. A United Nations report has come out regarding the latest conditions of women in Afghanistan. In this report, concern has been expressed over the arbitrary detention of women and girls. Experts have urged the Taliban administration in Afghanistan to implement international human rights norms.
The situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated steadily since the Taliban assumed power. A United Nations study has been released on the most recent situation for women in Afghanistan. This study expresses concern about the arbitrary detention of women and girls.
United Nations report expresses concern over the status of women
According to the Khaama Press story, he said that women imprisoned in Taliban-controlled prisons were physically tortured. According to the article, we ask the Taliban to immediately eliminate the dress restrictions imposed on women and to stop holding girls under this pretense.
UN appealed to the Taliban
(“According to Khaama Press, these professionals have encouraged Afghanistan’s Taliban regime to follow international human rights standards. They have specifically urged the abolition of all types of discrimination against women. Because Afghanistan has signed on to this pact.”)
According to the complaint, girls were unjustly held for dress code violations starting in early January. The majority of these girls were detained in the western Kabul area. Experts also indicated that women had been detained in Bamiyan, Daikundi, Panjshir, Balkh, and Kunduz provinces.
Women and girls facing physical torture
According to experts, arrested women and girls were moved to police stations, where they were given only one meal per day and subjected to physical torture. Let us inform you that due to Taliban limitations, almost one million Afghan females have been denied the opportunity to attend school or receive an education.