The Taliban is reportedly taking tough measures against alcohol sales. Three dealers were arrested during the operation.
“Muslims have to seriously abstain from making and delivering alcohol,” a religious scholar said.
It is reported that the sale and consumption of alcohol was banned even under the previous regime supported by the West. After the change of regime, the Taliban began to tighten control over compliance with this rule. Raids on the country have become more frequent, including on drug addicts.
د ا.ا.ا د استخباراتو لوی ریاست ځانګړې عملیاتي قطعې د یو لړ مؤثقو کشفي معلومات پر اساس د کابل ښار کارته چهار سیمه کې درې تنه شراب پلورونکي له شاوخوا درې زره لېتره شرابو/الکولو سره یو ځای ونیول.— د استخباراتو لوی ریاست-GDI (@GDI1415) January 1, 2022
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As it was reported, in August Taliban fighters took control of the entire territory of Afghanistan.
One of the founders of the Taliban said the movement will once again carry out executions and amputations of hands in order to stop crimes, which are common in Afghanistan: robbery, murder and kidnapping.
In addition, girls will not be able to attend school in Afghanistan. The Taliban has also banned the showing of films and shows with women on television.