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Taliban makes a new 170-member police unit to protect educational institutes

Taliban creates new 170-member police unit to protect educational institutes

Key Takeaway:

  • The Taliban announced the new 170-member police unit for security and protection of educational institutes.
  • Former Deputy Minister of Higher Education Lutfullah Khairkhaw stated that creating a particular unit to protect educational institutions was needed.

On Saturday, the Taliban announced the new 170-member police unit for security and protection of educational institutes.

The Taliban announced the 170-member police unit for security and protection of educational institutes Image: pakobserver

A statement made by the Ministry of Higher Education of Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan read that the unit personnel is part of the ministry’s Special Forces trained in 313 central corps for thirty days, reported Khaama Press.

Former Deputy Minister of Higher Education Lutfullah Khairkhaw stated that creating a particular unit to protect educational institutions was needed.

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In the meantime, officials in the defense ministry addressing the new graduates said, protection of educational institutions is as vital as their stronghold.

According to the Taliban, the brand new unit was made after people filed numerous complaints about the behavior of Taliban affiliates protecting these constitutions, reported Khaama Press.

It comes as universities and high schools for girls are still reopened.

The Taliban, after the siege, made a ban on coeducation. Group’s authorities had ordered that girls will no longer be allowed to sit in the same classes as boys in universities, Khaama Press reported.

Stay tuned for more such information.

Source-CTV News

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