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Girl schools’ fate to be made clear as assembly expected

Girls arrive at their school in Kabul on March 23, 2022. - The reopening of secondary schools for girls across Afghanistan on March 23 prompted joy and apprehension among the tens of thousands of students deprived of an education since the Taliban's return to power. (Photo by Ahmad SAHEL ARMAN / AFP)

KABUL: An assembly was expected to be held in the near future, to determine the fate of the girls’ schools above grade six, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate, Anas Haqqani said the other day.
In a gathering held in the country’s southern province of Khost, he assured that an assembly attended by the Afghan religious scholars would be held in Kabul to determine the fate of girl schools above six grades.
The IEA ministry of education has also confirmed that the assembly would be held for the fate of the secondary and high schools, however, gave no details about the exact date of the assembly.
Girl schools above six grades remained close due to some certain reasons, which the relevant organs of the Islamic Emirate promised to be addressed duly.
Earlier, Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate also said they will have a gathering on the fate of girls’ schools. “As long as I know, the religious clerics of the country will be have a gathering regarding the issue to find a proper solution for the problems,” said Aziz Ahmad Rayan a spokesman for the Ministry of Education.
Meantime, a delegation consisted of the country’s senior religious scholars has been appointed by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate Mullah Hebbatullah Akhundzada to discuss the issue relating to the reopening of girls schools above six grades across the country.
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