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Etlat-rooz (Translated by RAWA), December 5, 2021

A young girl hanged herself in the center of Daikundi

Local sources in Daikundi province say a young girl has hanged herself in Nili, the provincial capital, and ended her life

Local sources in Daikundi province say a young girl has hanged herself in Nili, the provincial capital, and ended her life.

The sources, who asked not to be named in the news, told the daily Etlat Rooz that the girl was named Basgol and was a second-year student at Bamyan University.

According to sources, Basogol was 21 years old and committed suicide last night (Saturday, December 4). Family problems, the closure of the university gates and frustration with the future are among the reasons for the young girl's suicide.

Basgol's mother told to the sources that her daughter are not in a good psychological condition because they are away from school and university, and talk about their intention to commit suicide every day.

With the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan, the gates of secondary and high schools, as well as public universities, have been closed to girls.

Over the past three months, the graph of poverty and violence against women in Daikundi has also increased. About a month ago, a newlywed in the city of Nili hanged himself and ended his life.

Local sources in Daikundi province say a young girl has hanged herself in Nili, the provincial capital, and ended her life.

The sources, who asked not to be named in the news, told the daily Etlat Rooz that the girl was named Basgol and was a second-year student at Bamyan University.

According to sources, Basogol was 21 years old and committed suicide last night (Saturday, April 4). Family problems, the closure of the university gates and frustration with the future are among the reasons for the young girl's suicide.

Basgol's mother told to the sources that her daughter are not in a good psychological condition because they are away from school and university, and talk about their intention to commit suicide every day.

With the Taliban taking control of Afghanistan, the gates of secondary and high schools, as well as public universities, have been closed to girls.

Over the past three months, the graph of poverty and violence against women in Daikundi has also increased. About a month ago, a newlywed in the city of Nili hanged himself and ended his life.

Category: Taliban/ISIS/Terrorism, Women, RAWA News - Views: 2188