Amnesty International’s South Asia Campaigner, Samira Hamidi, said that 35 million people are kept as hostage in Afghanistan.
Amnesty International’s South Asia Campaigner, Samira Hamidi, yesterday tweeted that situation in Afghanistan is ‘horrific’ ‘depressing’ and ‘inhumane’. She added that people are selling their children to survive and the world is watching, human rights looks meaningless.
Ms Hamidi added current situation in Afghanistan is a collective failure of people who were claiming to make Afghanistan better. According to her, in 21st century 35 million people are kept as hostage.
She earlier had criticized Taliban’s government for not allowing girls to go to school after grade sixth in many provinces.
Meanwhile, recent released reports show that some families have sold their children to provide food and other necessary items.
After Taliban’s domination, in different parts of Afghanistan people complain that they have economic problems and Taliban have not done anything about their economic problems yet.