India receives letter from Taliban

  International Desk |  Thursday, September 30th, 2021 |  11:31 am
       

The question of international recognition still hangs. Still, the Taliban government in Afghanistan is keen to launch a civil aviation system with India. Afghanistan’s Civil Aviation Minister Hamidullah Akhundzada has written a letter to India’s Director General of Civil Aviation Arun Kumar in this regard.

The call was made in a letter to India’s Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) by Afghanistan’s civil aviation minister.

In the letter, he wrote, Ariana Afghan Airlines and Cam Air should be allowed to fly between Delhi and Kabul. However, India has not yet commented on the matter.

The Taliban has denied reports that women will be allowed to take classes or work at Afghan universities until an Islamic environment is created.

The New York Times quoted a Twitter account as saying that the new vice-chancellor of Kabul University, appointed by the Taliban government to tighten restrictions on women, said Monday that female students and teachers at the university have been banned indefinitely.

After the news broke in the media, the Kabul University administration said that the New York Times published the news based on the statement of a fake Twitter account.

University authorities also said the new vice-chancellor of Kabul University has no account on social media. Basically these fake accounts are being used to confuse people with wrong information.