After Kabul is captured by the Taliban, it will now have to take over the administration of Afghanistan, a glimpse of what it will be like is shown by a week-long secret of the city of Kunduz in the north.
The Taliban has captured Kabul in Afghanistan faster than expected. This has caused a stir in the whole world. There is a lot of chaos in the same Afghanistan, especially in Kabul. People are afraid of the coming of the dictatorial rule of Taliban. The memories of the old Taliban regime are already ingrained in people’s minds as very frightening experiences. In such a situation, the question is whether the Taliban will rule Afghanistan as before or will there be any change in its modus operandi. The Taliban’s one-week rule in the Kunduz region of northern Afghanistan is telling a lot about its rule in Afghanistan.
- guessed from kunduj
The Taliban have completely captured more than half of the Taliban’s new areas in the past few months. It also includes the city of Kunduz. A recent New York Times report has shown glimpses of the Kunduz regime of the Taliban. In this, an attempt has been made to guess how the Taliban is going to rule in Afghanistan.
- how were the conditions there
Last Sunday, when the Taliban took full control of Kunduz, which had been facing the threat of war for a long time, then the situation there was very bad, the power went out. Water supply was stalled which was being provided through generators. Its reach was already not reaching most of the citizens. The streets were full of debris and garbage.
- Efforts to get employees back to work
The civil servants who were able to solve these problems themselves were in panic and were hiding in the house for fear of the Taliban. In such a situation, Taliban commander Gul Mohammad Ilyas was appointed mayor of Kunduz. He called the employees to his new office and tried to persuade them to return to work.
- jihad against whom
Ilyas told the New York Times that he told employees that the Taliban’s jihad was not from the municipality, their jihad was only against the people who were captured here or who were protecting them. But the office still remained empty, due to which Ilyas’s annoyance increased. Similar is being seen in other Taliban-occupied cities.
- In cities with such notices also
By the time Taliban fighters began knocking on the city’s doors in search of workers, hundreds of fighters had already been stationed at checkpoints in the city. There were notices on the entry of the city’s hospitals, which said that the employees have to come to work or else they should be ready to face the punishment from the Taliban.
- The administration will have to take the Taliban in hand
Now that the Taliban have taken over Afghanistan, they will now have to run the administration there and create a system that can be able to provide basic facilities to millions of people. According to the report, Kunduz’s experience is enough to indicate how the Taliban is going to function as an Afghan government.
- scared people
Those who are getting phone calls from the Taliban told that there is a lot of anger among the Taliban fighters for not reaching the work of the public servants. One man has told that he is scared because he does not know how the Taliban will treat him in anger. ‘We have to see them smiling when we are scared, but we are also very unhappy.
- These things happened
But commanders like Ilyas who is now the mayor of Kuduz continued to try to correct the system in the city. He also talked about providing means of transport to the employees. It has been told that the Taliban has made a list of employees of essential services, has written their numbers and addresses and is ordering them to return to work.
By the time a week has passed, debris has been removed from the roads, the repair of electrical wires has started. Health workers in the hospital are being given 500 Afghani (about $6) along with dinner for each guard. But still people are scared and not happy. The attendance of the employees is being kept. Nurses have started working in burqa. But women working elsewhere have been asked to stay at home. There is a ban on alcohol and unrefined frozen chicken. People are starting to fear, strict Taliban rule is about to come