Taliban in a meeting led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar informed that they gather beggars in Kabul.
The press office of the Taliban acting first deputy prime minister in a statement said that the Taliban leader had ordered them to consider the situation of beggars in Kabul.
Abdul Ghani Baradar, acting first deputy prime minister of Taliban for economic affairs said that they start the gathering of beggars and addressing their difficulties and sharing the concerns with concerned institutions.
They have decided to convince the guardians of beggars not to allow them to beg anymore.
Taliban said that they will provide the job opportunity for those beggars who can work, and provide the opportunity for education for children who beg, and the ones who cannot work will receive a steady salary.
The news comes as after Taliban’s domination in Afghanistan the international organizations cut their assistance and the country is facing a widespread poverty and unemployment, and there is no economic plan for the future.
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in its recent report said since August 15 last year, more than 700,000 jobs have been lost in Afghanistan and the poverty rate reached more than 90 percent.