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Taliban detains group of women at Khair Khana, Kabul

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According to sources, the Taliban detained a group of women in the Khair Khana area on Sunday.

Sources said that the Taliban’s Ministry of Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice officials have detained and imprisoned dozens of women and girls in Kabul, citing the reason as “non-compliance with Taliban’s dress code.”

The group arrested several women along the route from the Parwan Hotel to Gola-e-Park using a Ranger vehicle.

Meanwhile, reports say that earlier on the same day, the Taliban had detained a group of girls and women in the Taimani area of Kabul.

In recent days, the Taliban’s Ministry of Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice has initiated a new wave of detentions of girls and women in various areas of Kabul.

Earlier, the group detained several girls and women in the western area of Kabul, including Dasht-e-Barchi, due to their hijab and clothing.

The Taliban’s Ministry of Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice had previously confirmed to the media that they had detained some women in western Kabul on charges of “improper dressing.” However, they did not specify the exact number of detainees.

There have been reports indicating that the group is detaining more women in different areas of Kabul.

Some sources in Kabul have mentioned that when the family members of the detained girls in western Kabul approached Taliban offices, they were asked to demonstrate against supporting the hijab that the Taliban had in mind. After being coerced into protests, they demanded the release of the detainees, but Taliban officials refused to free them.

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