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Taliban’s Ministry of Justice to halt Tamadon TV broadcasts

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The Ministry of Justice of the Taliban administration has announced that Tamadon TV’s broadcasts will be stopped due to its affiliation with a political party.

Barakatullah Rasouli, the spokesperson for this ministry, wrote on his Twitter account on Thursday, June 6, that the activities of Tamadon TV will be halted because of its affiliation with a political party and the use of seized government lands.

He also mentioned that Khatam al-Nabiyin University in Kabul, which is affiliated with the “Islamic Movement Party,” will be closed for similar reasons.

The Ministry of Justice has declared the activities of any political party in the country illegal.

Previously, Tamadon TV reported that Taliban members had come to their office and demanded the cessation of their activities.

The Islamic Movement Party has not yet commented on this matter.

Additionally, the Taliban regime has also banned the broadcasting of other TV channels that they claim are affiliated with political parties, including Noor and Barya TVs.

This move has raised concerns among journalists and media organizations about the increasing restrictions on freedom of the press in Afghanistan.

Furthermore, there have been reports that the Taliban are planning to impose stricter controls on all forms of media, aiming to eliminate any content they deem as opposing their ideology or policies. This has led to fears of further suppression of free speech and expression in the country.

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