Afghan government have resolve more than 7200 violence against women cases
Reporter: Shaker Sangi
The Afghanistan high court has said that since its inception the beginning of 2015, this institution has managed to finalize 7,246 cases of violence against women. The high court authorities also emphasizes that these cases have been resolved under observation of the primary courts, appeal courts s and high courts of the country.
Amanullah Eman, a spokeswoman for the Afghan high court announced in a news conference that in the past four years, the government had great achievements to curb violence against women. Mr. Eman adds: “Out of the total cases of violence against women, 920 cases involving rape, 720 beatings, 320 killings, 145 cases of harassment, 113 cases of suicide, 78 assaults, And 41 were women injured cases which were resolved by the courts of Afghanistan. »
The spokeswoman for the Afghan high court continues to emphasize that 4,900 other cases belongs to forcing women into prostitution, death threats, abortions, kidnappings, premature weddings, women’s sale and the denial of marriage rights, which are based on the laws of the country were cleaned and all these cases have been prosecuted.
Mr. Eman also added that Kabul has 1074 violent cases and Herat with 412 cases are in the first and second places, while Balkh, Kunduz and Kandahar provinces have 273, 257 and 67 in third and fifth places, respectively.