Former chief minister of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) Mehbooba Mufti on Wednesday mentioned that the Taliban can set an instance for the world in the event that they observe the ‘actual’ Sharia regulation.
“The Taliban is rising as a actuality. That they had a picture of anti-human rights throughout their first rule [in the 1990s]. They’ve come to energy once more and in the event that they need to govern Afghanistan, they need to observe the true Sharia regulation and never their interpretation of it,” she mentioned whereas speaking to the Indian media quoted by the ANI.
#WATCH | Taliban is rising as a actuality. That they had a picture of anti-human rights throughout their first rule. They’ll set an instance for the world in the event that they observe the true Sharia regulation which incorporates ladies rights,& not their interpretation of Sharia: PDP chief Mehbooba Mufti in Kulgam pic.twitter.com/00vTqNdKXQ
— ANI (@ANI) September 8, 2021
Mufti mentioned that if the Taliban observe the ‘actual’ Sharia and govern Afghanistan that method, they are going to have the ability to share enterprise relations with different international locations of the world.
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She, nonetheless, famous that if the group return to their previous regime of the Nineties, it will likely be bother for all the world and particularly for Afghanistan.
The event comes a day after the Taliban introduced a brand new caretaker authorities in Afghanistan, giving prime posts to these fighters who dominated the 20-year battle in opposition to the coalition and its Afghan authorities allies.
At a press convention in capital Kabul, chief Taliban Spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid unveiled a 33-member cupboard, which included Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund as the brand new prime minister, whereas the group’s prime negotiator with the US Mullah Ghani Baradar to be his deputy.
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There are not any ladies within the new interim authorities, which has been introduced after the approval of Taliban chief Mullah Haibatullah. In response to the Taliban spokesperson, each Mullah Akhund and Mullah Baradar had been nominated to the 2 prime posts by Mullah Haibatullah.
Different ministers are Maulvi Abdul Hakeem, minister for justice; Khalilur Rehman for refugee affairs; Mullah Hidayatullah Badari, excise and taxation; Maulvi Noorullah Muneer, customs; Qari Deen Hanif, economic system; Maulvi Noor Muhammad Saqib, Hajj and Auqaf; Mullah Noorullah Noori, state and frontier areas; Mullah Muhammad Younas Akhundzada, minerals; Sheikh Muhammad Khalid, preaching and forbidding sins; Mullah Abdul Manan Umari, normal self-discipline; Haji Mullah Muhammad Esa Akhund, petroleum; Mullah Abdul Latif Mansoor, energy and vitality; Mullah Hamidullah Akhundzada, transport and aviation; Maulvi Abdul Baqi Haqqani, customs; Mullah Abdul Haq Wasiq, normal and public intelligence; and Maulvi Ahmed Jan Ahmadi, works.