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The new decree of the Taliban: Criticizing the Government of Afghanistan will be punished; People run 'ban Taliban' campaign on Twitter

The new decree of the Taliban: Criticizing the Government of Afghanistan will be punished; People run 'ban Taliban' campaign on Twitter

The Taliban government of Afghanistan has issued a new decree. Under this decree, people are being prevented from criticizing the government. The decree states that the officers and employees of the Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan will be punished without any evidence. People cannot criticize the government with gesture, word or anything else. Not only this, the instructions of the Taliban states that if a person touches the Taliban soldier, draws his clothes, or calls him bad things, then he is a punishable The act (punishable work) will be considered. Not criticizing the government, 'Sharia responsibility' has described this decree as 'Sharia responsibility'. Taliban spokesperson Jabiullah Mujahid said- The people should not make allegations against the employees and officials of the Taliban government. The Seria Act is an Islamic legal system. It has been prepared by mixing the Quran and Islamic fatwas. The aim of Sharia law is to help Muslims to explain how they should live every aspect of their life as per the will of Allah or God. After the release of the Taliban's critical decree on social media, there was anger among the people of Afghanistan. He criticized the Taliban. On Twitter, the 'Bain Taliban' campaign was run. According to Afghan Peace Watch, people had demanded to block the accounts of Taliban officers citing misinformation, extending violence enhancing content and terrorism support. Recently, social media platform Facebook (Mata) has made two government media of Afghanistan's two government media. Accounts of institutions were banned. The company had said that the Taliban is a terrorist organization under the US law. In such a situation, he cannot place any of his accounts on his platform. The 'Ban Taliban' campaign being trended on 20 July 2022 in Afghanistan, the United Nations Assistance Mission (UNAMA) released a report about the human rights situation in the country. . It was told that under the rule of the Afghan government, people who criticized social media in the last 10 months have arrested, imprisoned and tortured. The report said that 700 citizens were killed from August 2021 to June 2022. 1,406 people were injured. The Taliban shot the young man and then the body was publicly shot dead by Ghumayataliban in Baglan's Asraba district. After that, the Taliban started rolling publicly with the body of a youth. The incident took place on 20 July. On July 21, the family of the youth sought a response from the Afghan government. The government did not reply but fired people from there while firing the air.

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July 23rd 2022, 6:51 am
Amitesh Kumar
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