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Burqa Not Mandatory For Women Announces Taliban:- The horrific obtainment of the Taliban in Afghanistan left the locals scary. Lakhs of people rushed to the Kabul airport and most of them fled from the country. There are debates going on about the Taliban and they arranged the first press conference yesterday. The Taliban announced that there would be no threat for any person residing in their country. They gave a first indication that there is no full burqa mandatory for women as they did it when they ruled Afghanistan in the past. During the rule of the Taliban in 1996-2001, the girls were never allowed to go to school and women were not allowed to work. They were prevented to travel and were forced to wear a complete burqa.
Taliban announced that there would be freedom for women and there is no need to wear a complete burqa. Women can also work in the country and the girls can go to school. Suhail Shaheen, spokesman for Taliban announced the news through the press conference. Several countries and activist groups raised concern over women's education in Afghanistan from the past few years and this is a welcome move for the women in the country. After occupying Kabul, the Taliban took complete control of Afghanistan. The new government will be formed soon and the new rules made by the government will be announced very soon. The Taliban said that all the Afghans will have their rights and the foreign nationals will have to respect their laws that will be introduced.