Paktia: In the Taliban's Paktia province a Musical instrument of a musician was set on fire in front of him. Seeing his instrument burning, Musician kept on weeping and people laughed. A journalist has shared a video of this accident on Twitter, in which it can be clearly seen that Musician is crying after seeing his instrument burning.
The video, posted by Abdulhaq Omeri, a senior journalist from Afghanistan, went viral. The video also revealed that one of the shopkeepers was laughing at him while another was making a video of his "pathetic condition".
Seeing this video, Omeri said in a tweet, "The Taliban are burning the musician's instrument and the local musician is crying. The incident happened in #ZazaiArub district #Paktia province #Afghanistan."
Earlier, the Taliban had banned playing music in vehicles. In addition, the Taliban group also banned live music at weddings and ordered men and women to celebrate in separate halls. The owner of a hotel in Afghanistan told this to Russian news agency Sputnik in October.
In the midst of these crackdowns, the Taliban also ordered the beheading of "mannequins" in clothing stores in Afghanistan's Herat province, the Sputnik news agency quoted Afghan media as saying. The Taliban lashed out at the "mannequins" used in clothing stores, saying it violated Sharia law.
It has become common to have such stories in Kabul. The works of such incidents have started appearing again on the streets of Kabul. The Taliban's Ministry of Virtue Promotion and Demerits Prevention has also issued "religious guidelines" calling on Afghan TV channels to stop showing women in serials, dramas and soap operas.
Signs of such incidents have started re-appearing on the streets of Kabul. The Taliban's Ministry for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice had also issued "religious guidelines" calling on Afghanistan's TV channels to stop showing women in dramas and soap operas.
Although the group had said that these new guidelines might not be implemented but the history has shown that the group is committed to implementing their version of hardline Sharia law into the country, Dawn news reported.
As the Taliban took control of Afghanistan once again after 20 years, experts also believe that Afghan women are most likely to face an uncertain future under the terrorist group regime.