WorldFor the first time a female journalist had interviewed the Taliban, had...

For the first time a female journalist had interviewed the Taliban, had to leave Afghanistan after a few days.


The woman journalist herself who had interviewed the Taliban spokesperson had also claimed to be safe in Afghanistan then. But after a few days, the confusion of those women journalists was removed. Now they have left Afghanistan for fear of Taliban.

New Delhi.

After the Taliban came to power, now the people who have stayed in Afghanistan are getting scared. After taking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban had assured that this time it has changed. In this regard, the Taliban also gave the first interview to a female journalist of Tolo News. After this, many so-called Liberals around the world, including India, praised it and welcomed the changed Taliban power in Afghanistan.

The woman journalist herself who had interviewed the Taliban spokesperson had also claimed to be safe in Afghanistan then. But after a few days, the confusion of those women journalists was removed. Now they have left Afghanistan for fear of Taliban. According to the woman journalist, the Taliban is still a terrorist organization and there has been no change in it.

24-year-old female journalist Behesta Arghand interviewed a Taliban spokesperson for Afghanistan’s Tolo news channel. After this he was praised all over the world. This was the first time that a Talibani had given an interview sitting in front of a female anchor. A few days later, this female journalist interviewed Malala Yousafzai. This was Yousafzai’s first interview with an Afghan channel.

Behesta Arghand is at the peak of his career as a journalist, but now after the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, he started feeling fear as a journalist. Behesta Arghand has left the country, citing the threats faced by journalists and civilians since the Taliban came to power. In an interview with CNN, he said, I have left the country because, like millions of people, I was afraid of the Taliban.

However, journalist Behesta Arghand said in the interview, if the Taliban will do what they are saying and if the situation improves. I will feel that I am safe there and there is no danger to me, then I will go back to my country and work for my country and people.

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Mohseni, owner of Tolo News, said, “Almost all our well-known journalists have left. We are working like crazy to replace them with new ones. We have the twin challenge of evacuating people and continuing the operation.

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