Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said – Taliban failed to fulfill its commitments

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said – Taliban failed to fulfill its commitments

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai said the Taliban had not fulfilled commitments regarding girls' education, women's rights and the national flag. The Khama Press news agency reported that Karzai said in his recent interview that the Taliban had promised girls' education, women's rights, a national flag and other national values, but no implementation of the promises has yet been seen. He said that during his talks with the Taliban, he had mainly focused on three things, which are girls' education, the dignity of women in Afghan society and an inclusive government.

The former President has said that the people of Afghanistan need a government in which they can live without fear, The Khama Press News Agency reported. Have good relations with the world. Work for development and let people live happily. "We need a cabinet that represents the whole of Afghanistan, women and people of all races are seen in it, but what the Taliban has announced is not in line with it," Karzai said.

Apart from the education of girls, there is no other way for the development of the country.

On the closure of girls' schools, the former President said that there is no other way for the development of the country other than the education of girls. In addition, Karzai said that the Afghan people still fear their future. Especially when it comes to the future of their daughters and the so-called monopoly cabinet has created concern among the people. The Taliban is governing according to a strict interpretation of Islamic law. Although the organization has called for greater restraint in recent years, Afghans remain skeptical. 

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