Ever since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan. Since then, the troubles are increasing in the lives of the people there and the simple reason behind this is the radical thinking of the Taliban and the strange decisions being taken by them. Yes, now the Talibani government is interfering in the personal life of the people in Afghanistan.
The Taliban government is even engaged in deciding how the people of Afghanistan should live and what to do. Due to this the life of the people has become difficult. Think, now the Talibani government has started imposing restrictions on what kind of beard people should keep, how to make hair. According to media reports from Afghanistan, the Taliban has implemented new rules regarding beard and hair in Helmand province and provisions have been made for strict punishment against those who violate the rules.
Let us inform that media reports from Afghanistan have said that the Taliban has banned the use of hairdressers to shave or cut beards in Helmand province. The Frontier Post, citing a letter issued by the Taliban, said, “The Taliban have banned stylish hairstyles and beards in Helmand province of southern Afghanistan.”
The newspaper further said that “The officials of the Ministry of Islamic Orientation made new rules regarding hair in a meeting with representatives of men’s hairdressing salons in the provincial capital Lashkar Gah. Which states that everyone has to keep their hairstyle simple and cannot use salon trimmers to grow a beard.
The song will no longer play in the salons…
According to the report of The Frontier Post, with this order, the Taliban has also appealed to the salon owners not to listen to any kind of music or Islamic songs in the premises of hairdressing salons. Along with all this, the Taliban has implemented a repressive regime policy in the whole country like its earlier regime. Amid reports of massive human rights violations by the Taliban in Afghanistan, the Taliban last week killed four people in the city of Herat for alleged kidnapping, first in front of hundreds of people at a crossroads and then hanging their bodies by tying them to cranes in the crossroads. Gave. Whose pictures and videos are going viral on social media.
Not hanging in the stadium…
Apart from this, Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, who became the minister of Taliban, however, has said this time that he will not hang any prisoner in public places. Rather, the prisoners will now be hanged in the jail itself. Earlier, the Taliban used to hang a person in a stadium or on the streets and hang his corpse on the squares. “Everyone criticized us for the punishment in the stadium, but we never said anything about their laws and their punishment,” Turabi told The Associated Press in Kabul. He said that “No one will tell us what our laws should be. We will follow Islam and we will make our laws on the Quran.”