Following the protests over the killing of a young man in Panjshir, women in Kabul marched in the streets in support of the protests under the slogan “Justice”
Women in Kabul marched in support of the Panjshir protest on Tuesday (December 28th), chanting “Bread, Work, Freedom, and Education.”
“Today, we have gathered here to speak out against the torture, oppression, and injustice that prevails in the country, although sometimes our voices are silenced,” said one protester.
At today’s rally, women asked the Taliban to fulfill its amnesty commitments.
“General amnesty is a lie,” they say.
The protesting women condemned the murder of civilians.
On the other hand, the Taliban confiscated the journalists’ equipment and shot the protesters.
However, the Taliban have banned any kind of demonstration without coordination. Protesters say the Taliban are also blocking media coverage of the protests.
Since the Taliban took control of the country, most of the protests have been led by women. In many cases, they have demanded the Taliban to respect their rights.