Anti- Pakistan rally in Kabul
Kabul: The Taliban has fired gunshots into the air to disperse agitating Afghanistan people who protested against Pakistan's role in Afghanistan affairs.
Agitators have gathered in front of the Pakistan embassy, holding banners and shouting slogans against Pakistan, accusing Pakistan of meddling with Afghanistan affairs and supporting the Taliban.
More than 70 people have gathered outside the Pakistan embassy, alleging that Pakistan has close ties with the Taliban. They further alleged that ISI chief of Pakistan Faiz Hameed was in Kabul to negotiate with two factions of Taliban to form the government. He reportedly discussed with two factions of the Taliban.
To disperse the agitators, Taliban troops have fired shots into the air. A few days back, section women protesters sought to restore their rights and asked the Taliban to give representation to the women in government. Women's freedoms in Afghanistan were sharply curtailed under the Taliban's 1996-2001 rule.
This time, women will be allowed to attend university as long as classes are segregated by sex or at least divided by a curtain, the Taliban's education authority said in a lengthy document issued on Sunday.