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Women teachers will be returned to Afghanistan’s schools again, under what compulsion did the radical Taliban have to take the decision?

Women teaching staff will be reinstated in Afghan schools

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The Nimroz Education Department has confirmed that all female Afghan teachers who lost their jobs after the Taliban government came to power in the country will once again be assigned to needy schools.

After banning secondary schools for girls in Afghanistan, the radical Taliban (Taliban) has been criticized for a long time. Meanwhile, Nimroj Education Department (Nimroz education department) has agreed to reinstate female teachers in the school. This decision is definitely Afghanistan (Afghanistan) will give women a chance to be happy. According to a report, the Nimroz Education Department has confirmed that all female Afghan teachers who lost their jobs after the Taliban government came to power in the country will once again be appointed to needy schools.

On this issue, Maulvi Yar Mohammad Hakyar, Director of Nimroj Education Department said, “Soon 196 teachers may be re-appointed.” According to the report of Tolo News, the officials and teachers of Nimroj School have told that they are facing shortage of women teachers in the province. Afghan women teachers, who have reportedly lost their jobs, have praised the education ministry for its decision to re-employ women teachers.

Under what compulsion did the Taliban take this decision

It should be noted that the Taliban regime’s decision to close all secondary schools for girls was condemned around the world. Several activists and political parties urged the Taliban to reconsider their decision to ban girls’ secondary schools. This is the reason why women in Afghanistan are now going to get a chance to teach in schools again. Recently, the Taliban’s Ministry of Education had also assured that schools for girls in classes 7-12 would be reopened in the near future.

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Lima, a female teacher, said she was unable to teach for the past eight months. Lima has also called on local Afghan officials at the Nimroz Education Department to give him and other fellow teachers work opportunities, Tolo News reports. ANI quoted Lima as saying, ‘The Islamic Emirate has given us an opportunity to return to our duty without examination. I am very happy.’

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