Taliban armed or in military uniform banned from parks in Afghanistan
Taliban members ‘obligated to abide by all amusement park rules and regulations’, official says
Taliban personnel will not be allowed to enter public parks with weapons, the Taliban interim government in Afghanistan announced on Wednesday.
Taliban members are “obligated to abide by all rules and regulations of amusement parks”, said Zabihullah Mujahid, acting deputy information minister of the Taliban government.
He said Taliban personnel “are not allowed to enter amusement parks with weapons, military uniforms and vehicles”.
At an event in the capital Kabul, Mujahid said the Taliban’s interim administration was working to revive the Afghan Commission of Inquiry into Media Violations “to avoid misunderstandings” between the media and the government. government.
He said the Taliban “supports all healthy criticism but the media should refrain from spreading rumours”.
“We support the media as they carry the voice of the nation to government officials,” he said.
In other important decisions, Mujahid announced on Tuesday evening that the Taliban had appointed two women to head two hospitals in Kabul.
Dr Arian has been appointed Director of Shahra Ara Teaching Hospital while Malalai Rahim has been appointed Director of Malalai Maternity Hospital, Mujahid said on Twitter.