By Alankrita Shri

Kabul, Sep 20 (TVN) The Interim Mayor of Afghanistans capital Kabul Hamdullah Namon asked the women working in Kabul at positions that can be easily filled by men to stay at home and no longer report for work.

In his tweet Hamdullah Namon said that Taliban found it necessary to stop women from working for a while.
Detailing the latest restrictions on women by the new Taliban rulers , he stated that 27 percent of the total 2900 work force wete female.

His tweet stated that women who work at places restricted for womens access only will be allowed to continue to go to work as previously.

But for the positions that can filled by men ,the women have  to stay at home until the situation is normalised, the mayor added. He went on stating that the women who have been asked to stay at home will get their salaries .

Earlier on September 7, the leader of Taliban (terrorist organization banned in Russia) Hibatullah Akhundzada had said that all issues of governance and life in Afghanistan will be governed by the laws of Holy Sharia, a religious law that forms part of the Islamic tradition and is derived from the Quran.

During the previous rule of Talibans in 1990 decade, girls and women were banned from attending schools and going to work.

Meanwhile women protested against the order of the Taliban and in favour of their rights. The protesting women said that Islam was never against women and said that going to schools and working was their rights.