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‘Open school door, close prison door’

Girls arrive at their school in Panjshir on March 23, 2022. - The Taliban ordered girls' secondary schools in Afghanistan to shut on March 23 just hours after they reopened, an official confirmed, sparking confusion and heartbreak over the policy reversal by the hardline Islamist group. (Photo by AFP) (Photo by -/AFP via Getty Images)

A number of children who were living along with drug-addict parents under Pul-e-Sokhta Bridge are studying now at a 150-bed rehabilitation center. The Islamic Emirate’s recent move of collecting drug addicts has been appreciated at the national level and considered as a good step as dozens of children are studying. “I’m happy that dozens of children who were living along with their drug-addict fathers under a bridge in Pul-e-Sokhta are now studying. It is a good step taken by the Islamic Emirate,” said a Kabul resident. He hoped the Islamic Emirate reopen girls’ schools and universities to female students across the country soon, stressing that the IEA could close the doors of prisons by opening the doors of schools in the country. Obaid Safi, another Kabul resident, said he was happy about the Islamic Emirate’s recent move in connection with collecting drug addicts living under a bridge in Pule- Sokhta area. “There were some children living with their drug-addict fathers under the bridge in Pul-e-Sokhta.

These children have been provided with learning facilities at the rehabilitation center, which is a good move,” Safi said, hoping that girls’ schools would be reopened soon as seeking knowledge is obligatory for each Muslim male and female. Some social media activists by appreciating the Islamic Emirate for providing learning facilities to the children have shared photos of children studying at the rehabilitation center in Kabul, adding that the Islamic Emirate would do more for children to study and get education. Wahdat, another Kabul resident, by appreciating the Islamic Emirate for its move towards providing learning facilities to those children living along with their drug addict family members at a bridge in Pul-e-Sokhta said it was a good move as the children were studying their studies at the rehabilitation center.

It is worth mentioning that previously 52 drug addicts have been submitted to their families after treatment at a 70-bed rehabilitation center in Khost. The respective number of drug addicts had been collected from various districts and were under treatment at the center for several weeks. Munir Ahmad Tanweer

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.